Mobile County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an armed robbery at the Game Stop, 7941 Moffett Road, yesterday evening. The store manager reported the suspect was a 6’1″ B/M, had his face covered with a shirt and was armed with a black pistol. The subject made the manager and two guest in the store go into the bathroom. Cash was taken and a Playstation 4. MCSO continues the investigation.
Semmes Fire & Rescue received a $10,000 grant from Gulf Coast Resource, Conservation and Development Council .The funds will be used to purchase additional life saving equipment for the department. Gulf Coast RC&D Executive Director Janice Godwin presented the $10,000 check to Fire Chief Kevin Brooks at an event at the Semmes Training Complex on Tuesday, August 8, 2017. Chief Brooks said the City Of Semmes and his department are “extremely grateful” to be given the opportunity to purchase equipment that increases safety and saves time extricating accident victims.
State Rep. Jack Williams, R-Wilmer, and state Sen. Rusty Glover, R-Semmes, as well various city officials attended the event. Among other goals, the Gulf Coast RC&D supports community development projects in Baldwin, Escambia and Mobile Counties.
A Sullivan Road family fled their burning home some time shortly after 7:00 p.m. last night, Friday, March 3, 2017. Chief Kevin Brooks of Semmes Fire Rescue stated that upon arrival, fire fighters found the home’s occupants safely outside the home which sustained heavy fire damage. Semmes Fire Rescue had the flames beat down within 4 minutes and no calls were made for assistance. The state fire marshal was called in to investigate the cause of the fire.