Alabama’s sex offender laws are among the most stringent in the nation. Home to more than 11,000 registered sex offenders, Alabama is among four states that put sex offenders on a mandatory registry for life and the only state that puts the sex offender stamp on a driver’s license.
A 54-year-old man told Anniston police he was assaulted in a Noble Street parking lot Wednesday night.
Natasha Marcia Morris, 28, Shikina Tennile Morris, 35, and Lucinda Renee Anderson, 39, all of Anniston, are each charged with aggravated assault without a weapon, each count a felony that can carry between one and two years in prison.
As a Tropical Storm Cindy moves toward the Gulf Coast, Gov. Kay Ivey declared a state of emergency Tuesday in anticipation of increased rainfall.