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LaFayette Police Report

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April 2017 The LaFayette Police Department investigated 9 traffic accidents resulting in 2 injuries during the month April 2017. There were 450 complaints resulting in 52 arrest. Animal control picked up 7. 9 – Failure to appear or pay 1 – Criminal trespass 3rd 1 – D.U.I. 1 – Unlawful possession of controlled substance 1 […]

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Second suspect arrested in homicide

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By Alton Mitchell The second suspect police had sought in connection to a fatal March double shooting in Opelika that left two men dead, including a LaFayette native was taken into custody last week. The arrest places two men now in custody in connection to the homicide of Derris Harris. Opelika Police confirm that 26-year-old […]

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Five Points man fires shots at car

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On April 25th, at approximately 5:00 a.m., Chambers County Deputies were dispatched to a residence located in the 2000 block of County Road 281, in northern Chambers County. Deputies were advised that a female and her two toddlers were in distress and the female’s husband was on his way to the residence to assault her. […]

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Wanted for 1985 murder

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This man is wanted for the 1985 Chambers County murder of Calvin Irvin. The suspect, David Anthony Pike is wanted after he was indicted for Capital Murder. Pike and another man beat and shot Irvin on June 21st, 1985. His body was discovered in a ditch on a dirt road off Hwy 50 in Chambers […]

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Former Camp Hill police chief charged

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The former Camp Hill police chief has been charged with seven counts of ethics violations. Roosevelt Finley, 58, of Opelika, turned himself in to the Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Department Tuesday and was released on a $100,000 bond. An Alabama Ethics Commission investigation recommended criminal charges against Finley, according to the Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Department. Court […]

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