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Gulf Shores man charged with burglarizing GooRoo’s Grill | AL.com

Monday afternoon officers with the Gulf Shores Police Department arrested a man caught on camera burglarizing a restaurant on Gulf Shores Parkway, according to police.

Around 7:40 a.m. Monday, officers responded to a reported burglary at GooRoo’s Grill at 1209 Gulf Shores Pkwy, said GSPD Cpl. Josh Coleman.

via Gulf Shores man charged with burglarizing GooRoo’s Grill | AL.com.

Fairhope man pleads guilty to drug smuggling, 30 guns confiscated – LagniappeLagniappe

Federal prosecutors today secured a guilty plea against a Fairhope man who admitted using the Internet to order LSD, MDMA (ecstasy), hash, highly concentrated marijuana edibles and paraphernalia, among other things, all for “personal use.” According to the indictment dated April 8, 56-year-old Benjamin Meek Miller Childers II, of 12305 County Road 48 in Fairhope, used assumed names and at least two different addresses to order drugs online from The Netherlands and elsewhere.

via Fairhope man pleads guilty to drug smuggling, 30 guns confiscated – LagniappeLagniappe.

Silverhill man facing attempted murder charges following 6-hour standoff with police – GulfCoastNewsToday.com: News

A Silverhill man is in custody facing attempted murder charges after police say he shot at an officer Tuesday night.

Daniel Wade Hails, 56, of 21348 Bohemian Hall Road was arrested Wednesday morning following a 6-hour standoff at his residence, said Silverhill Police Chief Kim Wasdin.

An officer with the Silverhill Police Department responded to a report of shots fired at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday at the residence.

“The officer turned on his lights in the driveway to identify himself and approached the privacy fence leading to the residence which was locked,” Wasdin said. “He saw a man inside the residence and identified himself to the man. The man waved at him, then turned, picked up a rifle, aimed it at him and fired.”

via Silverhill man facing attempted murder charges following 6-hour standoff with police – GulfCoastNewsToday.com: News.

Bay Minette church burglarized and vandalized by teens – FOX10 News | WALA

Audio cords and acoustic guitars are now back in the church where they belong. Last Wednesday, Bay Minette Police said two 18-year-olds stole these and many more items from the church.

When the suspects were confronted by a police sergeant in an alley behind the church, Tyler Haigler and his alleged accomplice Johnathan Boutwell said they had just run out of gas.

“Their story was they were out of gas and were heading to the Piggly Wiggly. And Piggly Wiggly was closed, so she had them go to the gas station where they purchased $7 worth of gas and left,” Sgt. Ray Dixon said.

But they weren’t done for the night. Police said they then went to Dixon Road near Highway 225 and started burglarizing houses before a homeowner caught them and called sheriff’s deputies.

via Bay Minette church burglarized and vandalized by teens – FOX10 News | WALA.

Foley Police search for suspects that vandalized the Foley Train Depot

3 dozen people charged with DUI in Mobile and Baldwin counties over Memorial Day weekend | AL.com

Booking records from Mobile and Baldwin county revealed that between May 22 and May 25, 35 people were arrested and charged with driving under the influence. That includes the handful of people charged with boating under the influence.

via 3 dozen people charged with DUI in Mobile and Baldwin counties over Memorial Day weekend | AL.com.

2 Missouri fugitives arrested in Gulf Shores; 1 accused of trying to shoot an officer | AL.com

Gulf Shores police apprehended a Missouri man and his girlfriend in Gulf State Park Wednesday, according to investigators. Both were wanted on various charges.

The man, identified as 31-year-old Carl Clayton Roettgen, was wanted after authorities said he pulled a gun on a Marshall, Missouri, police officer and pulled the trigger. The gun did not go off.

via 2 Missouri fugitives arrested in Gulf Shores; 1 accused of trying to shoot an officer | AL.com.

113 people arrested at Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores | AL.com

Over the four-day Hangout Music Festival, local law enforcement agencies made 113 individual arrests with 126 criminal charges, according to statistics compiled by Gulf Shores police.

The majority of the arrests involved unlawful possession of a controlled substance with 39 people booked, followed by public intoxication at 32.

via 113 people arrested at Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores | AL.com.

Foley bank robbery suspect arrested | AL.com

Saturday morning a man wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses robbed the Wells Fargo bank in Foley, according to Foley police. That same day police arrested 30-year-old Phillip Cody Payne.

via Foley bank robbery suspect arrested | AL.com.

Robertsdale shooting suspect found after holding her neighbor hostage, police say | AL.com

After allegedly shooting her brother, a Robertsdale woman broke into her elderly neighbor’s home and her neighbor hostage before police discovered them Thursday afternoon, authorities said.

On Thursday, officers received a call from a woman worried that her grandmother was acting strange. The grandmother was identified as Carolyn Burke, a resident of Bull Springs Road.

via Robertsdale shooting suspect found after holding her neighbor hostage, police say | AL.com.

Gulf Shores detective on why court order wasn’t sought in getting Justin Lott’s BAC: ‘I made a mistake’ | AL.com

A Gulf Shores police detective said the night 30-year-old Justin Lott was arrested for causing a fatal hit-and-run crash last year that he made a mistake in not pursuing a court order for a blood alcohol test.

Detective Mark Russell, during testimony Friday before a jury into the manslaughter case against Lott, said he was unable to reach an official with the Baldwin County District Attorney’s office on March 21, 2014, in an effort to get a court order approved.

via Gulf Shores detective on why court order wasn’t sought in getting Justin Lott’s BAC: ‘I made a mistake’ | AL.com.

Sister wanted in shooting of brother in Robertsdale – FOX10 News | WALA

Robertsdale Police said a woman who allegedly shot her brother Wednesday night is on the run.

James Bemis was shot in the chest with a .22 caliber rifle, at a home on Bullsprings Rd. according to Lt. Rex Bishop with the Robertsdale Police Department. His sister, Tammy Bemis is said to be armed and dangerous, and is wanted by police.

via Sister wanted in shooting of brother in Robertsdale – FOX10 News | WALA.

Motorcyclist suspected of fatal hit-and-run in Foley apprehended in New Mexico | AL.com

On Friday authorities in New Mexico apprehended a Foley man accused of striking a pedestrian with his motorcycle and fleeing from the scene on April 28.

The pedestrian, identified by police as 66-year-old George Chiribao, died days after the crash at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, Florida.

via Motorcyclist suspected of fatal hit-and-run in Foley apprehended in New Mexico | AL.com.

Chaotic crash scene graphically detailed during jury trial into 2014 Spring Break tragedy in Gulf Shores | AL.com

Three sorority sisters walking back to their condominium during the last night of their Spring Break trip to Gulf Shores last year had their lives tragically altered when one of the girls was struck and killed by a “dark mass” traveling at 45 mph.

That was the description of the truck driven by a Montgomery man that was given to jurors Tuesday by one of the girls who was walking along West Beach Boulevard around 1:30 a.m. March 21.

via Chaotic crash scene graphically detailed during jury trial into 2014 Spring Break tragedy in Gulf Shores | AL.com.

BMPD seek to question man after May Day celebration gone bad – MyFoxAL.com – FOX6 WBRC Birmingham, AL

Bay Minette police said they want to question Steven Brown in connection with an incident during the May Day celebration in the Douglasville community there.

Thursday, Bay Minette Police Department issued felony warrants for another man, Steven Barnes, in connection with the incident, but they determined he wasn’t involved after questioning.

Bay Minette Police Chief Clarence Crook said hundreds of people participated in the annual May Day celebration and many were drinking.

He said crowds of people were in the streets and officers were in the area when various complaints started coming in. Footage released Monday, May 4, 2015 showed the loud, crowded scene early in the evening when officers tried to calm the crowd down. As night fell, he said things escalated and more complaints came in about the same individual.

via BMPD seek to question man after May Day celebration gone bad – MyFoxAL.com – FOX6 WBRC Birmingham, AL.