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MPD: Shooting Victim Not Critical

Montgomery Police say a person who was shot in the city overnight received injuries that were not life-threatening. Officers went to the shooting scene on East Patton Avenue, off Norman Bridge Road, around 11 o’clock. More on the story during the day on-air and online at Alabama News Network. Categories: Crime, Montgomery, News Tags: montgomery, one victim, Shooting

Confederate Flag Planned Across From ASU

The newspaper in Tallassee reports a Neo-Confederate group in that city is planning to install a flagpole and Confederate flag along I-85 in Montgomery. The flag would be installed across from Alabama State University, a historically black university. The Tallassee Tribune reports the pole would be as high as 50 feet—and was donated by a Montgomery doctor who wants to remain…

Montgomery Police Searching for Wallet Thief

Montgomery Police Investigators are searching for an unknown female that stole a wallet. The victim mistakenly left the wallet at a register in a local store in Montgomery. Investigators say that the female made several withdrawals from the victim’s bank account shortly after the theft on December 30th, 2015. The suspect was last seen in the 3900 block of Atlanta Highway. She was described wearing…

One Person Injured in Shooting on Virginia Pine Lane

Montgomery police say one person was injured Tuesday night in a shooting. Investigators say an adult male was shot in the Virginia Pines Apartment in the 3200 block of Virginia Pine Lane. He was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. There is no one in custody at this time. Police say the investigation is ongoing.     Categories: Crime,…

Rewards Offered in Car Theft Cases

Central Alabama Crime Stoppers reports that two local car dealerships are each offering $1,000 rewards for information in two recent car thefts. On November 7th, a spokesman from Montgomery’s Capitol Chevrolet says Adrian Lewis, 23, provided false documents and information to the dealership in an attempt to buy a Chevrolet Camero. By the time the information was found to be false, Lewis and the vehicle was…

Two Injured in Perry Hill Road Shooting

Montgomery police are investigating a shooting that left two people injured. Officials say two victims were left with non-life-threatening after being shot in the 200 block of Perry Hill Road, in the parking lot of Goodwyn Community Center.  There was no school event taking place at the time of the shooting. The Goodwyn gym was open for recreation under the…

Montgomery Police Searching for Domestic Violence Suspect

The Montgomery Police Department’s Domestic Violence Bureau is asking for the public’s help locating a suspect wanted on Domestic Violence Charges. Cornelius Perry, 32, is wanted on charges of Domestic Violence and Violation of Family Protection Act (Protection Order). His last known address was on Baffin Court in Montgomery.  He is also known to frequent the areas of Madison Park, Chisholm, and the South…

France to Honor WWII Vets in Montgomery

The Consul General of France in Atlanta will honor eight World War II veterans from Alabama and Mississippi. The ceremony will take place Friday at 1:30 p.m. at Montgomery City Hall. The honor is to express France’s eternal gratitude to those who helped to liberate the country from oppression from 1944-45. Consul General of France in Atlanta Denis Barbet will bestow…

Suspect Convicted of 2014 Millbrook Murder

An Elmore County judge has returned a guilty verdict for a suspect charged in a 2014 murder in Millbrook. Jadrian Long has been convicted of the murder of 25-year-old Denard Williams of Montgomery. Police say Long shot Williams in October 2014 in the 1100 block of Jackson Road. Long will be sentenced February 23rd at 8:30 AM. Categories: Crime, Montgomery, News…