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1 hr ago | via Washington County News
A Chipley man is behind bars after he broke into a home on Neal Lane in Bonifay and shot one of the home's occupants during an altercation. A witness in the home identified Taj-Addaryll "Taj" Quentez Wright, 29, as the assailant who woke several of the home's occupants as he forced his way into the residence at 6 a.m. Saturday morning. Comment?
16 hrs ago | via Washington County News
Jurors unanimously recommended Friday that 24-year-old Zachary Taylor Wood be put to death for the murder of James "Coon" Shores. If Circuit Judge Christopher Patterson goes along with the jury's recommendation, Wood will be the first person to be sentenced to death in Washington County's modern judicial history. Comment?
Yesterday | via Washington County News
It took less than an hour for a jury to reach a verdict in the case of Zachary Taylor Wood, the first of two defendants charged in the 2014 slaying of James William Shores. Wood and his co-defendant, Dillon Scott Rafsky, were indicted by a Washington County Grand Jury in June on counts of first-degree murder, burglary while armed, and robbery while armed. Comment?
Friday Feb 13 | via WSFA-TV Montgomery
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency spokesman Steve Jarrett said Friday that 25-year-old Steven Bryan Miller and 18-year-old Christopher John Atkins of Opp, Alabama and 23-year-old Eric Michael Rucker of Bonifay, Florida are charged with theft of property. Comment?
Friday Feb 13 | via Alabama Live
Three men have been arrested for sealing a trailer and seven cows then selling the animals at the Montgomery Stockyards. Arrested were Steven Bryan Miller, 25, of Opp; Eric Michael Rucker, 23, of Bonifay, Fla.; and Christopher John Atkins, 18, of Opp. Comment?
Jan 28, 2015 | via Washington County News
Holmes County Jail inmate Jeffrey Shardon Morrill, 32, will spend the rest of his natural life in jail following two escape attempts over the summer. There were over 100 cases on the Jan. 21 pre-trial court docket in Holmes County with offenses covering everything from possession and manufacture of controlled substances to burglary, battery and sex offenses. 2 comments
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