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PAGE 2 THE FLORALA NEWS - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2016 Florala Police Department ARREST REPORT III I The Florala Police Department reported the following arrests for January 19-26, 2016: Nicholas Hollie Jones - warrant (x2) Damontrez Fitzgerald Dean - failure to appear warrant Shambreka L. Toles - warrant (x2) Edward Ezra Nelson -warrant, domes- tic violence III, harassment Briana D. Morris - warrant (x2), assault III, criminal mischief III ***All subjects listed above are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Healthm rk Don't just sit there Matters Researchers at the more than four hours activity doesn't seem to to weight loss and in- Mayo Clinic have linked a day of recreational significantly offset the creased energy. Even sitting for long periods screen time. Those withrisk. better, the muscle activ- of time with a num- greater screen time ity needed for standing ber of health concerns, had a nearly 50-per- Instead, the solution and other movement including obesity and cent increased risk of seems to be less sit- seems to trigger impor- metabolic syndrome- death from any cause ting and more moving tant processes related a cluster of conditions and about a 125-per- overall. Start by simply to the breakdown of that includes increased cent increased risk of standing rather than fats and sugars within blood pressure, high events associated with sitting whenever you the body. When you sit, blood sugar, excess body cardiovascular disease,have the chance, these processes stall -- fat around the waist such as angina or heartFor example, when" and your health risks and abnormal choles- attack, separate from ever possible, stand increase. When you're terol levels. According other traditional risk while talking on the standing or actively to their research, too factors, phone or eating lunch,moving, you kick the much sitting also seems Sitting in front of theBetter yet, think about processes back into ac- to increase the risk of TV isn't the only con- ways to walk while yoution. death from cardiovascu- cern. Any extended sit-work so that you can be So get up, get out and lar disease and cancer, ting-- such as behind ain motion throughout start living. desk at work or behind,the day. For more informa- One recent study the wheel -- can be The impact of move- tion on improving your compared adults who harmful. What's more, ment -- even leisurelyhealth through activity spent less than two spending a few hours movement -- can be and a better diet, con- hours a day in front a week at the gym or profound. For start- tact Dr. Mark Hash at of the TV or computer otherwise engaged in ers, you'll burn more Healthmark Walk-In with those who logged moderate or vigorous calories. This could lead Clinic (850) 951-4556. OFFICES IN: OPP, ANDALUSIA & FLORALA "QUALITY CARE WITH A CHRISTIAN ATTITUDE" OWNED AND OPERATED BY HA/WOOD F. NAWUN 56 YEARS EMS SERVICE IN OPP AREA LIMITED MOBILITY TRANSPORTATION Providing Transportation For Doctors, Dialysis, Rehab, Therapy, Family Visits, Church, Funeral, Etc. CALL DIRECT OPP: 334-493-0911 ANDALUSIA: 334-881-0911 FLORALA: 334-858-2503 or 334-858-3911 OLDEST ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT AMBULANCE SERVICE IN COVINGTON COIUNTY APPROVED AND LICENSED BY: STATE, COUNTY & CITY FROM FRONT takes to get the job done. I possess the experience and skills to meet the needs of the residents when disaster occurs. "As the next District 4 commissioner, I intend to be part of the solution and contribute to positive changes and improvements for this district and the residents of Covington County. I understand and recognize needs of the residents. I am willing to be available and present not only during crisis, or meeting day, but every day. "The residents of Covington County District 4 have known me for decades, know that these are not just idle words, I will be responsive. I am hum- bled by the overwhelming support I have received the past elections and ask you to continue believ- ing in me. I won't let you down when elected to Covington County Commission District 4. "On March 1, put my experience to work for you and your family and vote for Allen Lucas District 4 Commissioner of Covington County. A working commissioner you can count on," concluded Lucas. COVINGTON COU E-911 Report For Florala Area NTY JAN UARY 18 6:44 am -AL Hwy 55, Florala - police call 8:33 am - Fourth St, Florala - police call 8:38 am - Pecan St, Florala - police call 10:21 am - Martin Luther King St, Florala - police call 12:05 pm - Goldenrod Ave, Florala - EMS call 3:06 pm- Fifth St, Florala - police call JANUARY 19 8:48 am - Sixth St, Flor'ala - police call 10:27 am - Fifth Ave, Florala - EMS call 2:25 pm - Fourth St, Florala - police call 2:34 pm - Race Track Rd, Florala - EMS call 5:30 pm - Florala Homes Rd, Florala - police call 6:24 pm - Florala Homes Rd, Florala - police call 6:59 pm - Florala Homes Rd, Florala - police call 8:47 pm - Florala Homes Rd, Florala - police call 9:16pm - Florala Homes Rd, Florala - police call 9:47 pm - Florala Homes Rd, Florala - police call JANUARY 20 3:21 am - New Hope Rd & Paper Co Rd, FIo- rala - police call 9:51 am - Fifth Ave & Hickory St, Florala - police call 1:16pm - Sixth St, Florala - police call 8:20 pm - Florala Home Rd, Florala - call 9:03 pm - Ninth St, Florala - police call 9:04 pm - Sixth St, Florala - police call police JANUARY 21 6:52 am - Second St, Florala - police call 4:33 pm - Fourth St, Florala - police call 4:43 pm - Goldenrod Ave, Florala - EMS call 7:58 pm - Hughes St, FIorala - police call 11:23 pm - Martin Luther King St, Florala - police call JANUARY 22 7:52 am - Johnsons Quarters Rd, Florala - police call 4:33 pm - Prescott Rd, Florala - police call 8:54 pm - Third St, Florala - police call JANUARY 23 2:32 am - Eighth Ave, Florala - EMS call JANUARY 24 6:02 am - Fifth St, Florala - police call 11:02 am - Marsha Rd, Lockhart - police call 4:57 pm - Chance Rd, Florala - EMS call 5:28 pm - Race Track Rd, Florala - EMS call 9:30 pm - Bullie Rd, Florala - police call 10:47 pm - Fourth St, Florala - EMS call FROM FRONT apparent when the 911 calls began coming in late cious because that logistically difficult. He said Tuesday afternoon. The girl even told deputies it wasn't until they sat down with the girl to do a she had scratched one of her attackers, which formal interview around 9 p.m. that her story be- might have left valuable DNA evidence under her gan to fall apart. "At the point where it was clearly nails. However, Adkinson said there were several collapsing around her from a story point, she was things that threw them but initially she was very still sticking to it," he said. "When it really started credible. "This was a child that, at first blush, coming apart, an adult would have said, 'Well, you did not appear to have any disciplinary issues, she got me.'" Adkinson declined to release any addi- was a long way from home and she was extremely tional information about the child. He said he was believable." He stated. According to Adkinson, the proud of his department and its response child's parents believed her as well which is not always the case. But Adkinson said these types 'We brought all the resources we had to bear of abductions are extremely rare in this country on the situation," he said. "Had we been dealing and the fact the girl's claim included the fact she with a true abduction, I think this was handled had escaped from the back of the truck was suspi- yery well, Very professionally." WHEN EMERGENCIES HAPPEN CALL 911 SECONDS SAVE LIVES , Mark was born and raised in Covington County. o He is married to Amy (Burkett) Glisson and they have two children in the Covington County school system. Grant is in eighth grade and Lauri is a first grader. Mark's parents are Anthony & Mickey Glisson of the Oakey Ridge Community and Amy's parents are Gwin & Jane Burkett of Andalusia. . Mark graduated from Straughn High School in 1988 as valedictorian. He went on to graduate from Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College and was selected as Alabama's Most Outstanding Junior College Student in 1990. Mark attended Auburn University and earned Bachelor of Science degrees in Secondary Mathematics Education and Chemical Engineering. Mark has worked in the field of manufacturing for the past 20 years. Prior to that Mark was a middle school math teacher. Mark is currently the plant manager at Arclin, a local chemical manufacturing company in Andalusia. , Mark and Amy's children enjoy youth sports and Mark has served as a volunteer baseball and tee-ball coach for many years. Of all the candidates and current board members, Mark is the only one with children in the Covington County school system. , Mark is an energetic leader, committed to making a difference in the lives of ALL students in Covington County. PD POE ADV. BY MARK GLISSON, PO BOX 1607, ANDALUSIA, AL 36420 Healthmark i Walk- In Monday- Friday Dr. Edward Tenewttz 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Dr. Tom Roberts Family Practice General Surgery Saturday 8 a.m. - noon. 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