Arrests of the Week: March 7- March 13 - WAFF-TV: News, Weather and Sports for Huntsville, AL

Arrests of the Week: March 7- March 13

(Source: Morgan County Sheriff's Department) (Source: Morgan County Sheriff's Department)
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Take a look at some of the people who made the news this week in the Tennessee Valley. These people were in the news during the week of March 7 through March 13. 

Presence in this slideshow does not imply guilt; all subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty unless otherwise noted.

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Arrest archives: Feb. 29- March 6Feb.22-28 |  Feb.15-21 |

This slideshow and those listed above pertain to those already arrested by area law enforcement.

Interested in fugitives your tips may help bring to justice? Click here for Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers' Valley's Wanted.

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