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The suspect in a double homicide at Taco Bell in Guntersville had warrants for his arrest for drug trafficking and paraphernalia charges in Colbert County, according to officials.

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Last week, a bomb threat emailed to the school cleared Brindlee Mountain High School while law enforcement and staff searched the school.

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The arrests were by sheriff’s deputies unless otherwise noted.

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There have been two threats made at Brindlee School today (Monday). The Sheriff's Office issued this statement about the situation:

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Robin Scott, former medical provider for the Marshall County Jail and owner of the now closed Outside the Box Healthcare in Albertville, was arrested on contempt of court charges last week.

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Two people were killed and a third injured in a shooting in the parking lot of Taco Bell in Guntersville early Thursday evening.

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Jessie Phillips’ capital murder case continues to work its way through the court system, hoping to overturn his  death sentence with an appeal. His latest part of that was a Rule 32 appeal, saying he had ineffective counsel in his original trial. 

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Jimmy O’Neal Spencer’s defense attorneys filed a motion ahead of his January trial for change of venue in his upcoming capital murder trial, as well as one for jurors to be questioned one-on-one. Another petition was filed for questionnaires to be sent to prospective jurors.

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Holly Debord, 37, of Guntersville, was sentenced to 99 years in prison Tuesday afternoon for her role in the sexual assault of a man she and co-defendant Van Havis accused of “snitching” on them to police concerning drugs. She pled guilty in July to sodomy, sexual torture and bestiality in a…

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The following people were arrested on charges of driving under the influence:

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A Guntersville woman reported her daughter’s $1,700 Louis Vuitton purse stolen from her car while it was parked at the boat ramp on Thomas Avenue. A Wells Fargo debit card was also taken in the theft. Guntersville Police took the report. The victim’s name was redacted.

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Possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia were charged to Pamela Michelle Mason, 37, following a Guntersville Police traffic stop on Highway 431-N at Cathedral Caverns Highway.

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Guntersville Police charged Teresa Grayson Martin, 65, with DUI following a one vehicle accident on Saddle Brook Way. 

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Illegal possession of a controlled substance was charged to Erby Jason Moore, 46, following an accident on Highway 205.

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Possession of methamphetamine has been charged to Caleb Matthew Spurlin, 31; Jonathan Wade Hollis, 35; and Tessa Danielle Bridges, 29.

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Holly Debord, who pled guilty to bestiality, sexual torture and other crimes in late July, will be sentenced Tuesday afternoon in Criminal Court in Guntersville.

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A federal grand jury last week indicted a Georgia man on a bank robbery charge, announced U.S. Attorney Prim F. Escalona and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge Johnny Sharp, Jr.

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Holly Debord entered a guilty plea recently in Marshall County Circuit Court effectively keeping her from going to trial on a case prosecutors call “particularly disturbing” and “horrific.” The case involved bestiality and sexual torture. She will be sentenced by Judge Chris Abel on Sept. 7. 

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A Guntersville woman has pled guilty to bestiality, sexual torture and other crimes stemming from an incident where she and another man videoed some things and then showed the video around the community. 

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The arrests were by sheriff’s deputies unless otherwise noted.

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A Union Grove woman arrested on a DUI charge in Morgan County led to her also being charged in Marshall County for leaving her toddlers at home alone, according to the Marshall County Sheriff's Office. 

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The arrests were by sheriff’s deputies unless otherwise noted.

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The arrests were by sheriff’s deputies unless otherwise noted.

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A Grant man is dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound following a standoff with Grant Police and the Marshall County Sheriff's Office Monday evening. 

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The arrests were by sheriff’s deputies unless otherwise noted.

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A pair of routine traffic violations turned into a significant drug arrest for Guntersville Police last Tuesday.

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The arrests were by sheriff’s deputies unless otherwise noted.

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The shooting at fire hydrant manufacturer Mueller Tuesday morning is not the first workplace shooting to ever take place in Marshall County.

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Details in a shooting that killed 2 and wounded 2 more at the Mueller plant in Albertville came into focus quickly following the tragedy. 

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Judge Tim Riley has set a January 10, 2022, trial date for Jimmy O’Neal Spencer, the defendant in a triple homicide that rocked Guntersville on July 13, 2018. That’s about the earliest the case can be tried due to Spencer’s attorney, Robert Tuten of Huntsville, being involved in a number of …

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Marshall County moved one step closer Tuesday to trying Jimmy O’Neal Spencer for a triple homicide that happened in Guntersville nearly 3 years ago.

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are considered innocent until found guilty in a court of law.

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The following people were arrested on charges of driving under the influence:

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The Mountain Valley Arts Council has opened its “Art by Men” exhibit which will be on display from June 1 – 25.

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The arrests were by sheriff’s deputies unless otherwise noted.

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Of the six people with Marshall County ties up for parole in the past week, only one was granted early release from prison.

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Guntersville City Councilman Donald “Dink” Myers was stopped by state troopers Thursday afternoon and charged with DUI.

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A motorcycle chase that started in Owens Cross Roads in Madison County came into Marshall County, going through Guntersville before ending up in Albertville. 

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Keith Wilson, the chief investigator in the Sheriff's Office, hopes some new information could help close the one of the office’s oldest cold cases.

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St. Minor 

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The following people were booked on these charges at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office. Please remember that a charge is merely an accusation and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The arrests were by sheriff’s deputies unless otherwise noted.