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Surveillance video of the suspect in a bank robbery in Demopolis, Wednesday, April 23, 2014. Surveillance video of the suspect in a bank robbery in Demopolis, Wednesday, April 23, 2014.

Demopolis police searching for bank robbery suspect (surveillance video) Video included

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DEMOPOLIS, Alabama -- Demopolis police need help identifying a suspect in a bank robbery late Wednesday morning.According to Chief Tommie Reese, a black male entered the downtown branch of Robertson Banking Company just before noon and hopped the teller counter before stealing an undisclosed amount of cash. The suspect jumped back over the counter and fled the scene, knocking a bank employee to the ground in the process. The employee wasn't injured and returned to work.The suspect was reporte...

Tuscaloosa police make arrest in kidnapping and robbery

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Tuscaloosa police arrest one man and they are still searching for another.

Alabama State Bar to Host Free Legal Clinic in Tuscaloosa

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The Alabama State Bar Volunteer Lawyers Program, working in cooperation with the Tuscaloosa County Bar Association and the University of Alabama School of Law, will host a free legal clinic for low-income residents of Tuscaloosa County. The clinic is open to the more than 40,000 low-income residents of Tuscaloosa County coping civil legal challenges. The clinic's lawyers are experienced in various areas of the law and will be available to answer questions in the areas of divorce/custody/visit...

Tuscaloosa police: Body of missing elderly man found in crashed truck in Northport

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Tuscaloosa police say the body of a 77-year-old man who was reported missing earlier this week has been found in a crashed truck.

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