A preliminary hearing date has been set for Matt Pitt, the youth evangelist accused of impersonating a peace officer.
It’s a scam that’s proven to be quite successful and persistent. Businesses across the state and country are the targets. And they’re losing thousands of dollars.
Luster’s $1 million bond was reduced to $210,000.
Edwards was sentenced to 10 years – two years in prison and eight years on probation – for stealing over $130,000 while she was in office.
John Dillon Salers is charged with murder for the death of his half-sister, Katelynn Arnold.
Stanley Chapman, Crystal Nelson, Dayjuan Tuggle and Quentin Nixon are all facing charges in the case.
Matt Pitt, the youth evangelist known for founding “The Basement,” was taken into custody in Birmingham Tuesday evening, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office.
The suspect stabbed a convenience store clerk several times at a store on Crescent Ridge Road on July 27.
“It’s important for the public to work with us so we can really keep a good track of our sex offenders, where they are living,” Roper said. “The rules clearly state they cannot live within 2000 feet of a school or daycare or anything like that.”
William Golden, 19, was arrested and charged with capital murder in connection with the death of Justin Kindred.
Jennifer Collins McNeill is accused of having sex with a minor under the age of 16. She’s formally charged with sodomy and rape.
A Shelby County judge has issued a writ of arrest for Matt Pitt, a youth evangelist who started The Basement in 2004.
The victims were identified as 35-year-old Jabari Player and 53-year-old Billy Baker.
According to Chilton County Sheriff Kevin Davis, 39-year-old Jennifer Collins McNeil was arrested Friday and charged with second-degree rape and second-degree sodomy of a student.
“Traditionally, we’ve been alert and lock down, where ALICE kind of enhances and gets you thinking and reacting to the situation that you’re dealt with.”
UPDATE: The Birmingham Police Department reports that the victim of a homicide investigation has been identified. The victim has been identified as Justin Kindred,23,of… More »
Blake Russell went from budding high school baseball star to a convicted felon. He says peer pressure and poor choices cost him a chance a college degree. Now he wants to make sure others do not follow his path.
“Just to know that my son didn’t die in vain, that’s the most grateful feeling I have right now.”