Former Creola police officer faces federal charge over alleged inmate beating

MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - A former Creola police officer appeared in federal court Wednesday to answer charges in connection with the beating an inmate in the city jail. A federal magistrate judge ordered Davis to pay a portion of the cost of his court-appointed lawyer and indicated that that she would set the case for an arraignment next week. The charge, deprivation of rights under color of law, comes as an “information,” a mechanism to bypass a grand jury and usually used when a defendant and prosecutors have worked out a plea agreement prior to indictment.
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Durham School Services Continues to Expand its Footprint in Alaska with New 10-12 months Partnership with Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District

LISLE, Ill., WASILLA, Ark. – Durham School Services (DSS), a leader in school transportation, will begin a much anticipated and exciting 10-year partnership with the Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District (MSBSD) in Wasilla, AK starting this July. This will be DSS’ second venture in Alaska as it currently serves the students of the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District. The new partnership with the Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District will allow DSS to expand its role as a positive change agent in Alaska, contributing to the betterment of the Wasilla community through its Partners Beyond the Bus community outreach program.

High School Baseball: East Central vs. Vancleave

When Vancleave and East Central both crashed on their course to the 5A South State Finals, it was hard to imagine a world in which this series would not be decided by a game three. Tonight is win or go home, East Central rolling out the welcome mat for the...

AEW Dark Results (05/17) – ROH Pure Championship Match, Marina Shafir In Action

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WWE legend Ric Flair announces comeback plans for last ever match

Ric Flair has announced plans to wrestle one last match this summer. The 73-year-old star - who was released by WWE last August - has publicly voiced his desire to get back in the ring for a long time, and he is set to make his comeback on July 31 as part of an independent show at the Nashville Fairgrounds.