Apr 28 2016
Alabama State Troopers assigned to the Marine Patrol Division, in conjunction with the Winston County Sheriff’s Office, on Monday, April 25, arrested and charged Sidney Ray Stockman Jr., 46, of Double Springs. He has been charged with two counts of Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance, one count of Trafficking Methamphetamine and one count of Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.
This arrest is the result of a traffic stop Troopers made on Alabama 195 in Double Springs. Located inside Stockman’s vehicle was 50 grams of Crystal Methamphetamine, as well as Methadone tablets and various drug paraphernalia. Troopers also located more than $1,600 in cash.
Stockman was booked into the Winston County Jail and is being held with no bond. Winston County Sheriff’s Office and Double Springs Police Department assisted.
Nothing further is available as the investigation is ongoing. Anyone with any information about this case or any other illegal activity is encouraged to call the SBI Hotline at (800) 392-8011.
Vickie Crumpton Mandy McNutt Beth Townsend
The Haleyville City School Board of Education met Tuesday night and approved the following items. A joint purchasing agreement to purchase Child Nutrition Program related items. The state-adopted textbook list in the subject area of science was approved along with the 2015-2016 coaching assignments list. The board approved the financial statements and board expenditures for March in the amount of $1,583,813.
The board approved the use of school facilities for four events in April and May. One field trip and eight fund-raisers were approved. Under personnel, the board approved the retirement of Kathy Sutherland as paraprofessional at the Haleyville Elementary School and the resignation of Debra Millwood as an employee of the Haleyville Schools.
Several students and teachers were recognized by their respective school principals and presented awards.
Three teachers were recognized by members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). Vickie Crumpton was presented the Teacher of the Year Award for grades K through 5. Mandy McNutt for grades 6 through 8 and Beth Pugh Townsend for grades 9 through 12. Mrs. Townsend was also the state VFW State Teacher of the Year.
The next meeting of the Haleyville City School Board of Education will be Tuesday, May 24.