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Birmingham man with medical condition found safe

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports BIRMINGHAM – UPDATE: Pettway has been located safe. ORIGINAL: Jefferson County Sheriff’s Deputies are searching for a 59-year-old Birmingham man. [caption id="attachment_32967" align="alignleft" width="225"] via Jefferson County Sheriff's Office[/caption] A woman called just after 3 p.m. Friday to report Grady Pettway had walked away from the home where he lives. Sh ...

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Jefferson Memorial requests that Pokemon GO players avoid PokeStop located at cemetery

By Amalia Kortright, For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE -- After Pokemon GO was released, staff at the Jefferson Memorial Funeral Home and Gardens have received several complaints about visitors using the app to catch Pokemon in the cemetery. Pokemon, which was popular in the 90’s and early 2000’s, added Pokemon GO to the franchise on July 6. Pokemon GO is an interactive game app that players download onto their sm ...

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Man with Pinson ties arrested for vehicular manslaughter

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports PINSON -- William Andrew Baty, 53, was wanted for criminally negligent homicide and driving under the influence. [caption id="attachment_32961" align="alignleft" width="240"] via Jefferson County Sheriff's Office[/caption] Baty’s last known address is the 9500 block of Knob Hill Drive in Pinson. He was taken into police custody on July 13 for vehicular manslaughter ...

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Don Baker announces candidacy for place 2 on Clay Council

By Megan Miller, Editor CLAY – Don Baker has announced his candidacy for place two on Clay City Council. “I have chosen to enter this race so that I may be a voice for the citizens of Clay,” Baker said. “I am excited about the opportunity to serve our residents with sound decisions regarding finance, public safety, and the issues that affect our quality of life.” [caption id="attachment_32954" align="alignl ...

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Use of golf carts or ATVs on city streets are dangerous and may be illegal

From The TrussvilleTtribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --With plans to open two new neighborhood elementary schools in Trussville, some parents are are discussing new ideas for transporting their children to school. While novel, some of those plans may not be legal without a substantial monetary investment. Recent social media comments would indicate that some parents living in neighborhoods close to the new ...

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Suspect detained after June burglary in Shelby County

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports SHELBY COUNTY – Shelby County Sheriff’s Deputies located a stolen vehicle and a suspect for a burglary that occurred last month in Shelby County on Tuesday. On June 30 at 4:40 a.m., Shelby County Deputies responded to a home invasion-style burglary in the 1000 block of Emerald Circle. The homeowners awoke to find an unknown man, wearing a mask and possibly armed wit ...

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Roberts announces reelection campaign for Pinson Council

By Megan Miller, Editor PINSON – Robbie Roberts has announced his campaign for reelection to Pinson City Council Place 3. “It has been my pleasure to serve the citizens of Pinson for the last four years and after careful prayer and consideration, I have decided to seek reelection,” [caption id="attachment_32936" align="alignleft" width="300"] submitted photo[/caption] Roberts said. Roberts said families and ...

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Dennis Locke announces candidacy for place 5 on Clay Council

By Megan Miller, Editor CLAY – Dennis Locke has announced his candidacy for place 5 on the Clay City Council. Locke and his family have been residents of Clay since 2004. [caption id="attachment_32932" align="alignleft" width="212"] submitted photo[/caption] “I am not a politician and I have no hidden agenda,” Locke said. “I just want to do what I can to help our city reach its full potential.” Locke said h ...

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Plan released for housing Paine, Magnolia Elementary Schools together temporarily

By Megan Miller, Editor TRUSSVILLE – After it was announced that Magnolia Elementary would not be complete prior to the start of the 2016-17 school year, many parents with children attending that school have questions about what protocol will be followed. Trussville City Schools Superintendent Dr. Pattie Neill said there is a plan in place to make sure the educational process is seamless and uninterrupted, ...

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One arrested for Randolph County officer-involved shooting

From The Trussville Tribune Staff Reports RANDOLPH COUNTY – Special Agents with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s State Bureau of Investigation are investigating an officer-involved shooting in Randolph County. The incident began as a domestic situation with an armed subject, and escaladed when the subject shot a Randolph County deputy. The standoff began around 12 p.m. on July 9 and ended with the suspe ...

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