Articles from the December 28, 2023 edition

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  • Suspect dead after standoff

    Lee Peacock, Special to the Ledger|Dec 28, 2023

    The investigation into a standoff that led to the death of a Monroeville man has been turned over to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. Monroeville Police Lt. Brian House said the incident began Saturday morning when officers responded to the report of a shooting at a residence off Monroe Station Road. When officers arrived, they learned that the residence had been shot into multiple times, but no one was injured. Investigators processed the scene and developed a suspect in the shooting: Thomas Earl “T-Mac” McMillan, 52, of Monroeville. Office...

  • Shots fired call leads to arrests

    Joe Thomas, Ledger Editor|Dec 28, 2023

    Escambia County (Ala.) Sheriff's deputies responded to 7400 Jack Springs Road Dec. 24 in reference to shots being fired that led to the arrest of a man with Brewton and Atmore addresses and Flomaton woman on drug charges, with the male suspect also being charged with shooting into an unoccupied vehicle. Dakota Loren Harmon, 25, with court records listing addresses as Old Highway 31, Lot 13, Brewton, and 7400 Jack Springs Road, Atmore, and Tessa Elizabeth McClure, 21, 1819 College St., Flomaton,...

  • Jay woman is injured in ATV accident

    Robert Bozeman III, Special to the Ledger|Dec 28, 2023

    Two people were severely injured, including a Jay woman, when they were ejected from a 2018 Polaris side-by-side on County Road 7 near Pearl Lane in Conecuh County about 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 23. Carl Shannon Stacey of Lenox was driving the ATV and Taylor Crawley of Jay was the passenger. Pearl Lane is located just north of the Lenox Crossroads on County Road 7. The ATV flipped, ejecting both from the vehicle and they were both severely injured in the crash. Neither subject was wearing seat...

  • 13 members have now been inducted

    Carolyn Bivins, Special to the Ledger|Dec 28, 2023

    The Gamma Theta Chapter of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Incorporated, inducted 13 new members into the youth group's Brewton chapter. Six young ladies were inducted into the Xinos Club and seven young men were inducted into the Kudos Club. The Xino and Kudo Clubs are guidance groups for youth in grades 9 through 12, that work alongside with the sorority to help with community service and other guidance programs. New members who were inducted are Zah'Ri Smith, Zyon Drakeford, Peyton...

  • Tri-City Children's Choir performs

    Dec 28, 2023