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FedEx driver who dumped nearly 400 boxes did so at least 6 times, sheriff says

A FedEx driver who dumped nearly 400 packages of various sizes into an Alabama ravine did so on at least six occasions, the Blount County Sheriff’s Office said. “Update on the FedEx dump. Investigators have determined that the driver dumped at least six times making FedEx a victim of six different Theft of Property cases,” Sheriff Mark Moon wrote on the office’s Facebook page Tuesday.
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Sheriff: FedEx driver dumped packages in ravine "at least 6 times"

BLOUNT COUNTY, Ala. — The Blount County, Alabama Sheriff's Office said Tuesday a FedEx driver dumped packages in and outside the county on multiple occasions. Learn more in the video above. "Investigators have determined that the driver dumped at least six times making FedEx a victim of six different Theft...
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More FedEx packages found dumped in Alabama

JEMISON, Ala. (WALA) -- More FedEx packages have been found dumped in Alabama -- this time in central Alabama's Chilton County. The Jemison Police Department reports it has recovered 20 or more FedEx packages that appear to have been dumped just off the road alongside County Road 166. This comes...
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3 men suspected of area break-ins arrested Saturday

Three people are facing charges after a rash of vehicle break-ins in the Ridgewood and Broadview neighborhoods in Tuscaloosa. Dylan Alexander Joseph, 23, James Bernarel Maye, 19, and LaDarrius Tervelle Harrison, 19, were taken into custody by Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s deputies after a chase early Saturday. Deputies had received reports...
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Man hit by 18-wheeler while running from police will face charges

A man police said was running from a traffic stop when he got hit by an 18-wheeler will be facing charges, Tuscaloosa Police said Wednesday. The 26-year-old man from Gallion, who police have not yet identified, was running from a traffic stop on Interstate 20/59, just west of the Interstate 359 junction Tuesday night.
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Thanksgiving fundraiser brings in more than $10,000 for Habitat for Humanity

More than 1,800 Tuscaloosans enjoyed a free Thanksgiving meal from local restaurants last week, and those who could donated money toward Habitat for Humanity of Tuscaloosa. For years, Chuck’s Fish and Five have teamed up and offered meals to everyone who comes. Those who can are asked to donate money toward the meal, and those donations go to Habitat. This year, the event raised more than $10,000.
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