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City of Prattville, Crime Reports
Violent Crime:60
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:1
Forcible Rape:6
Aggravated Assault:29
Property Crime:1,289
Larceny Theft:1,001
Motor Vehicle Theft:81
City of Prattville, Census Data
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Total population of residents33,960
White resident population recorded26,665
Black or African American resident population recorded5,659
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded143
Asian resident population recorded479
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded30
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded1,039
Resident population of some other race recorded383
Resident population of two or more races recorded601
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13-03146 Hubbard v. Key Finance Company of Prattville, Inc. et al
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Happening December 23 2013 - Source:

Cullman receives $5.72 million grant for sewer repairs
By:&nbsp;Jennifer ArdisMONTGOMERY—Governor Robert Bentley on Tuesday announced more than $30 million in grants that will be awarded to 16 Alabama counties and municipalities devastated by the April 2011 tornadoes. “Alabamians have worked hard to recover from the impact of the April 2011 tornadoes,” Governor Robert Bentley said. “We have seen a remarkable spirit of recovery in every area, but there are still effects from the tornadoes that communities need help to address. These grants will help Alabama communities continue the recovery process and become better places to live, work and raise a family. I appreciate Alabama’s Congressional delegation for helping to secure funding for the recovery process.” Tuesday’s announcement is part of a special $49.1 million Community Development Block Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to aid continued disaster recovery. The funding announced Tuesday will address continuing needs for demolition and clearance, multi-family housing, construction of public buildings, road repairs, water and sewer services, drainage improvements and economic revitalization. The funding will also help with infrastructure and flood management improvements designed to minimize potential damage from any future storms. Alabama will submit an additional plan for projects to be funded with the remaining allocation at a later date. Alabama began seeking additional funding shortly after the initial HUD funding was announced in order to meet the needed cost of the cleanup and recovery. Governor Bentley went to Washington D.C. in September 2012 to meet with HUD Director Shaun Donovan and request additional funding for Alabama. Seven counties and nine municipalities receiving grants are: Tuscaloosa County - $7.3 million for sewer improvements and demolition in the Holt community Cullman – $5.72 million for sewer improvements Cordova – $3.7 million for rebuilding city hall and the police department and making road improvements Hackleburg - $3.4 million for rebuilding town hall and the police department, street improvements, economic development and multi-family housing Marion County - $2.63 million for road and water improvements Cullman County - $1.29 million for road improvements Franklin County - $1.23 million for road improvements Winston County - $985,029 for road improvements Phil Campbell – $976,104 for street and sewer improvements and demolition Blount County- $758,572 for road improvements DeKalb County – $672,135 for road improvements Birmingham - $625,000 for demolition Moulton – $593,480 for street improvements Haleyville- $523,876 for street improvements Tuscaloosa - $100,000 for bus stop Hanceville - $80,000 for sewer improvements In June 2011, Governor Bentley named the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) to manage long-term recovery efforts for the state. “Having experienced tornado devastation within my own city while I was mayor of Prattville, I certainly know how important these grants are to the long-term recovery process for communities impacted by the tornadoes,” ADECA Director Jim Byard, Jr. said. “Governor Bentley and I are both committed to providing the necessary resources within our means to help restore normalcy to the areas hit hardest by the tornadoes.” More than 250 people died and 2,200 were injured by multiple tornadoes and storms over a two-week period in April 2011. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, 6,237 houses and 1,275 mobile homes were destroyed.   Rate this article:&nbsp; Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 No votes yet
Happening December 18 2013 - Source:

Prattville awarded study grant for revitalization of neighborhood
[Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs] An old Prattville neighborhood is getting a new examination thanks to a $39,200 grant awarded by Gov. Robert Bentley. Funding from the Community Development Block Grant will enable the city to create a plan to revitalize the city’s College Heights area and a segment of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. City officials say growth in the area has become stagnant.
Happening December 02 2013 - Source:

Governor awards funding for improvements in Prattville, Wetumpka, Coosa County
[Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs] Gov. Robert Bentley has awarded grants to improve the quality of life in Wetumpka and Prattville and improve traffic safety in Coosa County.
Happening November 08 2013 - Source:

2:13-cv-00623 Wells v. The City of Prattville, Alabama et al
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Happening September 12 2013 - Source:

2:13-cv-00573 Lee v. City of Prattville et al
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Happening August 13 2013 - Source:

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Prattville neighborhood residents concerned about possible development
Residents of an east Prattville neighborhood are concerned about a pending rezoning of a parcel of land and what it could mean for the subdivision.
April 17 2014 - Source:

Wallet snatchers strike again
The search continues for a pair of thieves who are snatching wallets from shopping carts, as more reports of their crimes emerge. Police say the suspects have targeted Wal-Marts in Prattville and the Birmingham area. 
March 18 2014 - Source:

Shooting Near Auburn University; Prattville Crime Watch; Outer Loop Progress
Good morning! Tonya Terry here! Two people are in police custody this morning following a shooting near the campus of Auburn University. We'll have the details on Today in Alabama starting at 4:30! Plus,
March 18 2014 - Source:

Two Prattville crimes believed to be committed by same suspect
The Prattville Police Department believes that two recent crimes at local businesses were committed by the same person. 
March 17 2014 - Source:

9-year-old airlifted after being shot in Prattville
Prattville Police have confirmed that a 9-year-old has been shot and was airlifted to Birmingham.
March 13 2014 - Source:

Patrols stepped-up at old Prattville cotton gin after serious fall
Prattville Mayor Bill Gillespie, Jr. says his police officers are stepping up patrols around the old cotton gin in downtown.
March 13 2014 - Source:


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