Mobile County, AL: Curby Andrews detained on multiple counts

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Mobile County, Alabama Officials: suspect has been taken into custody, charged on multiple counts.

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Mobile County, AL

As stated in official public records received by Southern Blotter July 10, 2017, police jailed Curby Catriz Andrews, a suspect who we still know very little about whom is believed to live near the Mobile County regional area of Alabama.

Andrews was detained July 10, 2017, after having been charged on multiple counts. No information regarding the exact release date of this individual appears to have been published.

Andrews was described as a suspect of unknown age.

Sources at Mobile County Sheriff's Office reported the case details as shown in the video above.

Click here to view official charges.

Disclaimer: Southernblotter.com makes no claims of guarantee surrounding the accuracy of these alleged facts. We do our best to ensure the integrity of our data is consistent as reported by our sources. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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