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The arrests were made early Tuesday morning according to the Cherokee County, Alabama Sheriff's Office.
A Ft. Payne man wanted on assault and robbery charges in connection with an incident that occurred last Saturday in Sand Rock is now behind bars.
The Cherokee County Board of Education honored bus driver Darrell Green and two students 15-year-old Austin Moss and 13-year-old Hagan Matthews were honored for their actions during a school bus fire.
The watch area includes Floyd, Chattooga, Gordon, Polk, Paulding, Murray, Walker, Carroll, Dade, Haralson, Whitfield, Catoosa and Heard Counties in Northwest Georgia and Cherokee County in Alabama.
What could have been a simple traffic stop in Floyd County ended in Cedar Bluff after the driver fled Floyd County Police Officers on Wednesday evening.
One person has been confirmed dead following a single vehicle accident taking place on Alabama Highway 68 East between Cedar Bluff and Gaylesville on Wednesday.
Bentley was booked at the Montgomery County Jail Monday afternoon on two misdemeanor counts related to campaign finance violations, according to Al.com.
The Gadsden resident was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Older students helped to get the younger students off the bus.
No tornadoes Wednesday but plenty of rain, lightning and some hail.
The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for Chattooga, Walker, Dade and Catoosa Counties in Georgia as well as Cherokee and DeKalb Counties in Alabama.
Rome City Schools are closed today.
Additional details have been released concerning the deaths of two pedestrians who were struck and killed by a pickup truck Wednesday morning in Cherokee County, Alabama.
Cherokee County Sheriff Jeff Shaver has confirmed to WEIS Radio News that two people are dead as the result of being struck by a vehicle on County Road 22 Wednesday morning.
Larry Bodily is accused of killing his mother last month.