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Pelham Police make an arrest in a murder investigation.  Investigators say Fernando Antonio Landaverde-Caballero was involved in the assault and death of Emilio Alonso.  Right now, Landaverde-Caballero is at the Shelby County Jail.  The incident took place August 12th.  The investigation is ongoing.

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