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Al.com
McKenzie high-school football announcer must take a seat, toomicrophone at a high-school football game again. The Tigers' next home game is
McKenzie high-school football announcer must take a seat, too
Al.com / Posted 15 days ago
microphone at a high-school football game again. The Tigers' next home game is this coming Friday, September 16, against Florala. The school board is scheduled to meet before then. However, it is not yet certain whether the pastor's action will... Read more
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Al.com
Alabama brothers guilty of trafficking 3 years after 439 marijuana plants found on their propertyTwo Florala brothers were found guilty on Friday of drug trafficking three year
Alabama brothers guilty of trafficking 3 years after 439 marijuana plants found on their property
Al.com / Posted 29 days ago
Two Florala brothers were found guilty on Friday of drug trafficking three years after 439 marijuana plants were found growing on their property. Hank William Taylor, 60, and Gerald Nix Taylor, 56, were found guilty of trafficking in marijuana and... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Brothers convicted of trafficking after 439 marijuana plants found in Floralabusy narcotics agents working to fight a drug epidemic in the county. Hank Tay
Brothers convicted of trafficking after 439 marijuana plants found in Florala
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 30 days ago
busy narcotics agents working to fight a drug epidemic in the county. Hank Taylor, 60, and Gerald Taylor Jr., 56, both of Florala, were convicted Friday, three years after they were caught growing hundreds of marijuana plants. Back in July of... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Brothers convicted of trafficking after 439 marijuana plants found in Floralawith one of the biggest marijuana busts in Covington County. Hank Taylor, 60,
Brothers convicted of trafficking after 439 marijuana plants found in Florala
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 30 days ago
with one of the biggest marijuana busts in Covington County. Hank Taylor, 60, and Gerald Taylor Jr., 56, both of Florala, were convicted Friday and the case is shedding light on the ongoing efforts by the local drug task force to combat... Read more
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