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Couple Arrested in Coffee County Regarding Brundidge Car Lot Arson Investigation

Dezarae Wiggins Theft of Property 1st degree and Arson 2nd degree Charles Jones Theft of Property 1st degree and Arson 2nd degree Police have made an arrest in a arson investigation from Brundidge. On January 12, the Brundidge Fire Department responded to a call of a fire at Car City in the 600 block of Highway 231 just before 5…

Coffee County Man Killed in Pike County Crash

Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Troopers are investigating a two vehicle crash that claimed the life of 42 year old Andrew Baker of Jack. State Troopers say that Baker was driving a the wrong way on Highway 231 south of Brundidge when he hit a Ford Edge head at 4:10am Friday morning. The Edge was then hit by another commercial vehicle….

Update: Coffee County Missing Juveniles Located Safe

Two Coffee County juveniles who were previously reported as missing have been found safe. The Coffee County Sheriff’s Office has officially notified CrimeStoppers that both Juanita Mara-Ann TinaJero and Jose Carlos TinaJero have been located. The juveniles were reported missing on April 21, by their mother Melanie TinaJero. The children went missing from their residence in the area of State…

One Alabama Woman Dead, Second Hospitalized

Two vehicle crash

State Troopers report a woman was killed in a two car accident in Coffee County at the intersection of Coffee County Road 110 and Alabama 125. The women who was killed is identified as 22 year old Kandice Leigh Price of Louisville. The woman in the other car—Amy Lynn Copeland—is hospitalized in Montgomery after she was brought here by medical…

Alabama Wrecks leave Two Pedestrians Dead

One in Coffee County, the other in Houston County.

The first accident happened in Coffee County and involved a 60 year old Elba woman headed back to her car from a ballgame when she was hit by a car and killed. She’s identified as 60 year old Pamela Jan Clements. The pick-up that hit her was driven by 56 year old Robert Lydell Smith of Brundidge. The accident happened…

Inmate Escapes from Elba Work Release Center

Authorities say an inmate has escaped from the Elba Work Release Center in Coffee County. Joseph Thomas Butt, 28, was last seen at his assigned job site at approximately 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 22nd. He was last seen wearing a blue shirt with “New Orleans” written on it and brown cargo pants. He is described as a 6’1″ white male…