Entries Tagged 'Lillian' ↓
March 4th, 2008 — Crime, Lillian, Magnolia Springs
The suspects are
- 42-year-old Terry Hall of Atmore, loitering
- 62-year-old Randy Laney of Orange Beach faces loitering and indecent exposure charges, loitering
- 43-year-old Darryl Neal of Grand Bay faces charges of loitering and public intoxication
- 35-year-old Adrian Tannler of Magnolia Springs, loitering
- 57-year-old Richard Terry of Chickasaw, loitering
- 79-year-old Sherard Pierre of Mobile, loitering
- 49-year-old Stanley Smith of Pensacola was arrested at the Perdido Bay Recreation Park in Lillian
All six suspects were caught last week near the Pitcher Plant Bog’s parking area.
Officials say the undercover male officers were approached by each of the individuals for sexual intercourse. While managers of the park say they’ve had this problem in the past, they hope the sting will deter others from sexual activity in a place it doesn’t belong.
March 3rd, 2008 — Crime, Lillian, Magnolia Springs
Investigators say seven men were arrested this past Friday, February 29, as part of an undercover sting operation conducted by the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Department.
Deputies say the men were arrested at the Weeks Bay Pitcher Plant Bog in Magnolia Springs and the Perdido Bay Recreation Park in Lillian. Officials say the men approached undercover officers for the purpose of deviate sexual intercourse. The seven men have been charged with loitering.
If convicted, each of the men could be sentenced to up to thirty days in jail and or receive a fine of up to $200.
The men ranged in age from 35 to 79, according to department reports.
Baldwin County officials carry out park sting
Seven men charged in park sex sting
January 15th, 2008 — Gulf Shores, Lillian, Orange Beach
- Green’s Ole Tyme Bar-B-Que, 34291 U.S. 98, Lillian — 83.
- Pink Pony Pub, 137 E. Gulf Place, Gulf Shores — 86.
- VIP Lounge Inc., 25814 Canal Road Suite, Orange Beach — 87.
- Cafe Beignet, 200 W. Fort Morgan Road, Gulf Shores — 87.
December 9th, 2007 — Daphne, Fairhope, Lillian, Real estate, Summerdale
- Investors paid more than $40 million for two upscale apartment complexes: the 228-unit Lenox Gates on Hillcrest Road in Mobile and Ashley Gates , 166 units on Van Avenue in Daphne, according to Realtors
- Gulf Coast Development has purchased almost 5 acres on Alabama 59 and Baldwin County 28 in Summerdale for $400,000 and plans to build an 80,000-square-foot, climate-controlled warehouse and boat and RV storage facility
- Local developers Smith Craig Enterprises paid $355,000 for a ½-acre lot near Baldwin County 48 and Alabama 181 in Fairhope and plan to build Bay Wash II , an automated car wash
- A local investor sold at auction 210 acres on Baldwin County 91 and 93 in Lillian for more than $2.09 million or an average $9,953 per acre. he investor also sold a 100-front-foot lot on Mobile Bay on Fort Morgan for $231,000
Investors buy upscale apartments
November 18th, 2007 — Lillian
Baldwin County and Escambia County, Fla., officials said they deemed a report of a man jumping off the Lillian Bridge Sunday unfounded after a three-hour search by air, boat and land yielded no results.
Search for jumper proves futile
November 1st, 2007 — Lillian
Lillian’s ballpark has three fields that will all need lights come baseball season, and recent county funding has boosted young players’ chances of having night games at home this spring.
Lillian Park Project President Michael Russell and others from the community began building the facilities from scratch nine years ago.
Residents plan to provide lighting as their next step, Russell said. At a price tag of $125,000, Russell intends to purchase 15 poles and lights and install them with the help of volunteers.
Russell should receive a $45,000 grant for the project approved this month by the Baldwin County Commission. That, coupled with the $57,000 already raised by volunteers, means Russell is only about $23,000 away from paying for the lighting.
Lighting Lillian’s ballpark
September 23rd, 2007 — Lillian
An unknown amount of raw sewage from a manhole overflow has run off into the Peterson Branch in Lillian possibly making swimming or consuming fish or seafood unsafe.
Health department officials urge caution asking that any seafood or fish caught nearby be thoroughly cooked and to wash hands after handling the fish or seafood. Also, caution should be exercised in using the water in the area for recreational purposes.
The Baldwin County Sewer Service can be contacted at 971-3022 for further information
Dangerous Sewage Spill in Lillian
July 28th, 2007 — Lillian
Eastern equine encephalitis, a mosquito-borne illness, has been detected in a sentinel chicken in the Lillian area, according to the Baldwin County Health Department.
EEE detected in Lillian-area chicken