MCSO: Press Release

Paster is tased and church gets involved in fight….

On August 7, 2011, the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office was called to NEW WELCOME BAPTIST CHURCH, 8670 BOE ROAD, for an assault on the Pastor.   The Pastor, DARYL RILEY, told the minister of music, SIMONE MOORE, that he was no longer needed for his position and handed him his final paycheck.  MOORE disagreed with the […]

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Arrested made by MCSO Narcotic Deputies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE On August 2, 2011 Mobile County Sheriff’s Office conducted a search warrant at 619 Crenshaw Street.  MCSO Narcotic Deputies arrested KEITH TERELL CAMPBELL, LASHUN DEON WILLIAMS, DANNIS EUGENE HARDY and KIMIKO CHERELLE DIXON. An anonymous tip was given to MCSO and when Deputies conducted the search warrant they found crack cocaine, codeine syrup, […]

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MCSO NARCOTIC DEPUTIES ARREST TWO….

On July 26, 2011, Mobile County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics investigators conducted a traffic stop in the area of Airport and McGregor. During the course of the traffic stop, investigators identified the driver as Darius Bee DOB 7-16-84. Investigators were able to obtain sufficient evidence during the traffic stop to obtain a search warrant on the […]

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Charges up-graded to Domestic Violence 1st

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office arrested CLINTON RAY SEAMON for Domestic Violence 2nd Degree on June 15, 2011.  Today, June 17, 2011, charges will up-graded to Domestic Violence 1st degree. MCSO was called to Winner Drive in Grand Bay for a stabbing.  When Deputies arrived the suspect, CLINTON RAY SEAMON, had left the residence and was […]

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Pastor Arrested on Drug Charges

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  A Two month long Undercover drug investigation by the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, has led to the arrest of a Pastor, JAMES A. HUNTER and his wife, SYLVIA HUNTER with Forever Flowing Ministries.   MCSO Undercover Narcotic Deputies began purchasing from HUNTER and his wife in March.  On May 20, 2011 narcotic deputies arranged […]

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