Etowah Co. operation nets 48 arrests; Clare Huddleston explains at 5 a.m.

Etowah Co. operation nets 48 arrests; Clare Huddleston explains at 5 a.m.

Good morning from the WBRC.com digital desk! Here are some of the stories and segments you'll see this morning on Good Day Alabama:

Etowah County authorities have netted 48 people so far in a massive undertaking they're calling "Operation Nighthawk." Authorities are looking for 186 people with outstanding warrants, with 80 percent of them wanted for drug charges. Clare Huddleston will be live with more this morning.

Family and friends gathered to remember 19-year-old Nicholas Hawkins, whose body was identified yesterday after he had been reported missing. Ronda Robinson will tell us how his loved ones are remembering him.

Attorneys have rested in the case of a former Tuscaloosa police officer who is suing the department after she said the department failed to provide an adequate place for her to use her breast pump. Stephanie Hicks also said that a department issued bulletproof vest would have negatively affected her ability to produce milk for her baby.

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