Patrick Burns is currently being held in the Shelby County jail on a one-million-dollar bond. Due to the long investigation on Burns, his criminal history and the fentanyl found, deputies were able to request the highest bond they could.
County officials said they do not want companies coming into Shelby County with a processing, storage or growing medical cannabis facility without neighbors knowing, they must go through the zoning process.
They want to show that the men and women in uniform are people just like you. It is also about correcting stereotypes, and showcasing that no matter the background, if you have a desire to serve, you should consider a career in law enforcement.
Calera Police are warning you of teenage “sexploitation” cases on the rise. The department said multiple parents have come forward about their children being victims of child pornography and exploited for money.
When the device sounds an alarm about an inmate, it is saying their heart rate has climbed into a very dangerous zone. The heart rate sensors are placed in secure bands and then are attach to the at-risk inmates on their ankle or wrist.
The city is working with the Alabaster Water Board to move its water line near the intersection of Highway 17 and First Avenue West.Currently, traffic becomes congested in that area, especially in the mornings without a dedicated righthand turn lane.
The Cahaba Medical Care facility will initially provide pediatric care, women’s health services, and mental healthcare. This will be Cahaba’s first location in Shelby County where they will be establishing comprehensive primary care that welcomes everyone, no matter their age or insurance.
Any amount of money you donate to Shelby Humane right now will be doubled. The shelter is filled to capacity with unwanted, abandoned or abused animals who need food, water, shelter, medical care and new families to cherish them. To help out the Shelby Humane Society a generous donor offered 50 thousand dollars to the shelter if they could in return match his donation for a total of 100 thousand dollars.
The resurfacing project, which will start at the I-65 overpass in Alabaster and end at County Road 68 near the Pelham-Alabama line, will rework some of the medians and extend turn lanes at high-traffic intersections on Highway 31.
The project included a recreational amenity, pedestrian and bicycle access to all of the neighborhoods along inverness parkway, connectivity to two city parks on each end of the trail as well as a 2,700-foot-long, 10-inch force main, which will increase the public sewer capacity to 1,200 gallons per day and protect the surrounding natural environment.
Effective at the beginning of this month the garbage collection service provider changed from Republic Services to Waste Management. Waste management said they are sending extra personnel to help during this transition.
Those with the organization said with their charity partners, they brought down 80,000 pounds of supplies and they packed two tractor trailers full of items like cleaning supplies and personal hygiene products.
In order to make sure the Shelby County sheriff’s office stays completive with other local law enforcement agencies, they decided to reach out to their elected leaders for a new competitive pay scale which is now one of the highest in the area
Shelby County along with every county in the state has a road or bridge project that is now supported by the state through the Rebuild Alabama Act. Under the Rebuild Alabama Act, some Shelby County roads will get needed repairs and changes.