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February 19, 2014 10:11 PM

Homicide victim in Cottonton, Ala., shooting is identified

Investigators with the Russell County Sheriff’s Office are looking for Sayquawn Lamer Wiggins’ car after he was gunned down Wednesday afternoon in the cemetery of New Hope Baptist Church in Cottonton, Ala.

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