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2 face robbery charges

Posted: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 2:27 pm | Updated: 4:06 pm, Wed Oct 26, 2011.

A pair of Marshall County residents landed in the Albertville City Jail on Monday afternoon following an assault and robbery of a gift business.

According to police reports, Deanna Nichole Paige, 26, of Boaz, and Marcus Blake Williams, 26, of Albertville, entered the Unique Gifts store located at 109 Sand Mountain Drive around 3:20 p.m.

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  • proudmomma posted at 4:23 pm on Thu, Oct 27, 2011.

    proudmomma Posts: 1

    I know both of them personnaly, they should lock both of them up and throw away the key, they dont work they steal everything they can to buy meth, they have 4 kids in foster care cause dhr took away their parental rights, they waste good air, and I also know the lady's mother that was robbed and they are going to charge him with assult. The streets are a little safer while their in jail.

     
  • bamanoles posted at 6:17 am on Wed, Oct 26, 2011.

    bamanoles Posts: 73

    How about 1st degree assault charges for Williams' actions towards the clerk?

     

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