A prosecutor in the murder trial of Charles “Frankie” McCluskey said Monday that McCluskey told a family member if someone could get the victim to McCluskey's house, he would kill him.In an attempt to lure the victim to McCluskey's home on Zehner Road west of Athens, the prosecutor said McCluskey's daughter sent text messages to the victim telling him he could find his girlfriend, who had parted with the victim following a fight that morning, at McCluskey's home.Limestone County Deputy...
Jury selection in the Frankie McCluskey murder case began today in Limestone County. McCluskey, 46, of 16601 Zehner Road, Athens, is charged with felony murder in the fatal shooting of 41-year-old Ronnie Kyle Jr. following an argument at McCluskey’s mobile home in the Clements community March 4, 2015. The process of empaneling a 13-member jury, including 12 jurors and one alternate, began Monday morning.
A Tennessee man and woman are facing felony robbery charges for allegedly stealing $950 from a store clerk at Kim's Tiger Mart in Ardmore, Alabama.Barbara Elaine Faulk, 44, and Joshua Michael Carter, 23, both of 30338 Sims St., Ardmore, Tennessee, were arrested Thursday on warrants charging them with one count of third-degree robbery, records show.Ardmore police officers were called Jan. 9 to the store at 30314 Ardmore Ave. after a store clerk reported a robbery.
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Selecting a term
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