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Tuscaloosa man charged with attempted murder

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A 31-year-old man is now facing two counts of attempted murder.

Investigators say on Sunday morning, they were called out to 14000 block of Highway 140 in Coker in reference to an attempted murder. The victims and a 31-year-old man were at a local club celebrating a family member's birthday, when police say the suspect arrived at the club and began to start a fight. The victims left the club and were on their way home, when the suspect began to follow them with his vehicle. Police say the suspect intentionally rammed the victims' vehicle from behind several times for miles. The incident stopped when the suspect's vehicle became disabled. No one was hurt.

Ashley Wade Holcomb is now facing two counts of attempted murder. He is in the Tuscaloosa County jail.

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