A 6-year-old boy just a week away from having competed in the Little League World Series in Louisiana will now have his championship ring back thanks to the quick work of Walton County Sheriff’s Office deputies. Thursday around 8 a.m., deputies responded to a report of a car burglary on Magnolia Creek Road in Santa Rosa Beach that occurred overnight, according to a WCSO news release.
A three car pile up claims the life of a Lumberton, Miss. man in George County Thursday morning. The Mississippi Highway Patrol reports the accident happened on Old Highway 63 near Antioch Road at 8:30 am. According to state troopers, a white 2007 Mack CTS garbage truck was stopped northbound on Old Highway 63. A blue 2002 Ford F-150 was also stopped behind the garbage truck. A gray 2005 GMC Envoy was traveling north on the highway at the same time.
Mobile police investigate Pine Run Road shooting
Friday, June 23, 2017 8:47 AM EDT
Friday, June 23, 2017 9:56 AM EDT
By Al Tuggle, FOX10 Assignment Manager
Police investigate a shooting on Pine Run Road in Mobile. (FOX10 News)
MOBILE, AL (WALA) -
Mobile Police are investigating a shooting Friday morning. Police report a person shot on Pine Run Road near Cody Road.Police say the body of a man with a shotgun wound to the head was discovered inside a car along the road.
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