Alexander City Police Department Detective Division

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The Alexander City Police Department and the Coosa County Sheriff's Department are still investigating the disappearance...
12/29/2021

The Alexander City Police Department and the Coosa County Sheriff's Department are still investigating the disappearance and murder of Chanty Shiverdecker. Any information would be helpful in bringing justice and closure to the family. CrimeStoppers and the Governor's Office have each offered $5,000 dollar rewards for information leading to an arrest and conviction in this case. If you have any information, please contact Detective Machen at (256)329-6746. Please share for everyone to see in hopes that someone might come forward.

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12/21/2021

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The Alexander City Police Department needs help in identifying this person. If you have any information that would help ...
12/21/2021

The Alexander City Police Department needs help in identifying this person. If you have any information that would help in identifying this person please contact Det. Burgess @256-329-6754

Address

1 Court Square
Alexander City, AL
35010

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 7am - 1pm
Sunday 7am - 3pm

Telephone

(256) 329-6746

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Can anyone tell me the story of the (beagle looking) dog that stays in the impound lot within Russell? I see him between/by the cars daily.
I hope this is the right place to post this, but I would like to thank Detective Robert Oliver for his work on this case. Cases like this usually get looked over and dropped simply because it was "an animal", or "they didn't know any better", but the 'former college athletes' who beat that poor duck deserve severe punishment. I and so many other people are so happy that they got arrested. They deserve a huge fine and a few years in prison. They beat that duck for the fun of it. They enjoyed doing it and have no regard for life. We all know that this is how serial killers begin. I hope the judge in their case punishes them appropriately. There is no telling what else they 'may' have done, or what else they are capable of doing in the future. Let's hope they get a punishment that teaches them a lesson. Our judicial system needs to start teaching these animal abusers that it is not OK and there will be consequences for their actions.
ALEXANDER CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release Date: September 20, 2017 Contact: Jay Turner Phone: 256-329-6745 Fax: 256-329-8422 Capital Murder Arrest Alexander City At approximately 08:57pm Alexander City Police Department was notified about a possible one car motor vehicle accident on the westbound shoulder of Hwy 280 in the area McDaniel Storage Buildings. While responding to the scene, dispatch notified officers that the driver appeared to have a gunshot wound. Upon arriving on the scene officers and fire medics confirmed the driver was deceased and there was evidence of gun shots to the vehicle and victim. The victim has been identified as Denzel Pope, 21 years old of Sylacauga, Alabama. Shortly after the reporting of the shooting of Denzel Pope in Alexander City; Dadeville Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by Nicholas Harrison. Mr. Harrison was arrested on traffic offenses, drug charges. Dadeville Police Department observed physical evidence believed to be associated with the shooting that occurred in Alexander City. Alexander City Police Department responded to Dadeville, impounded the vehicle. Alexander City Police Department conducted interviews, collected evidence and developed probable cause for the arrest of Nicholas Harrison. Nicholas Seth Harrison, 21 years old of Valley, Alabama has been arrested and charged with: *Capital Murder *Discharging a Firearm into an Occupied Vehicle *Reckless Endangerment At the time of his arrest Mr. Harrison was being held in the Tallapoosa County Jail on other charges. Alexander City Police Department would like to thank all of the agencies involved in this investigation. Jay Turner Chief of Police
Please ask all your friends to like and share this page as this could be a very useful avenue of interaction for all criminal investigations.
A big thank you for everything the police department does for us.God Bless all of you.