Garrett was murdered by Jesse Wayne Brazel on February 29, Earle Dennison, nicknamed the Aunt Killer, was executed in Alabama's electric chair in for the arsenic-poisoning death of her 2-year-old niece, Shirley Diann Weldon, for the insurance money.
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On his twenty-first birthday on May 26,notorious Demopolis police sex offenders in Albany outlaw John Wesley "Wes" Hardin committed the crime that forced him to take an alias and go into hiding for three years, 18 months of which were spent in Escambia County, Ala.
InGov. Selocta donned the head and skin of a pig and pretended to rout as he made his way past the unsuspecting Red Sticks. Blackwood sentenced Wilson to life in prison.
In , Hubert Mathis, the year-old mayor of Florala was impeached and removed from office. Daniels was an Episcopal seminarian. Barker, who advised his congregation that making whiskey was legal as long as it was sold to "non-believers," that a husband and wife of different religious beliefs should separate, and that his followers must "donate" to the church, although in reality he sent thugs to their homes to collect money, according to the book "A History of Limestone County" by Robert Henry Walker.
If you believe that any of the information found in these records is in error, please contact the Demopolis Police Department. When the Manson family became suspects in the murders, Krenwinkel returned to Mobile to live with her mother, where she was arrested in December Cotton," and brutally beating Old Man Cotton.