45-year-old Barry Shutt from Hartsel, Alabama, faces charges that say he had sex with a 12-year-old girl from Louisville he met over the internet. Police say the Alabama man drove 300 miles to meet the girl near her home, then took her to a nearby motel where he raped and sodomized her. Authorities found the girl afer she was reported missing...she later directed officers to the motel where they made the arrest. The pair had been chatting extensively over the internet before meeting. Shutt could face up to 25 years in prison if convicted.
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This weeks Animal Tracks features some very lovable animals who are in need of good homes.
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Governor Robert Bentley issued a statement following the deadly tornado that struck Oklahoma on Monday afternoon.
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A controversial gun bill passed the Alabama legislature on the last day of the session.