Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 714 1/2 Greensboro Ave, Tuscaloosa, 35401 AL
  • Chief:
Phone: 205-752-0616
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Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office is located at 714 1/2 Greensboro Ave, Tuscaloosa, 35401 AL. The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office phone number is 205-752-0616.

Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office News

The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office enjoyed spending time with The Miracle League of Tuscaloosa.

Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office supports the Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. Thank you to everyone that participated.

Sheriff Abernathy would like to say thank you to the Imagination Station for the invitation to spend time with their students.

The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in identifying the subject and the mini van in the pictures below. If you have any information please call (205)464-8672.

The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in identifying this person and vehicle. If you have any information please contact (205)464-8631.

COLD CASE - 1989 TUSCALOOSA CO MURDERS CONNECTED TO FL MURDERS At 12:43am on Oct 16, 1989, firefighters responded to a fire at a residence one mile off Interstate 59/20 on AL Hwy 216. The bodies of Acie and Carolyn Worthy were found inside the house. Investigation revealed that both victims had been shot when they returned home from a Sunday night church service where Carolyn Worthy served as choir director. The house was intentionally set on fire in an apparent attempt to destroy evidence. AC Worthy served as an officer at the local VFW post Bessemer. He was known to carry large amounts of cash on his person. One month after the murders in McCalla, investigators learned of the murder of a couple in Graceville Florida. On January 29, 1989, Robert F. McRae, Sr. age 72 and his wife, Katherine P. McRae, age 70 were found murdered in their residence in Graceville Florida. Two ski masks were found near the back door. Mrs. McRae was thumbed cuffed behind her back and both she and her husband had been shot in the head. Upon comparing evidence found at both crimes scenes, it was determined that the AL and FL cases were linked. The McRae case occurred 9 months prior to the Worthy case. If you have any information that may help in this case, call Tuscaloosa Violent Crimes Unit at 205-464-8690 or use the Unit email at Homicide@tuscco.com

The Tuscaloosa County Sheriffs Office needs your help locating a missing person. John Malcolm Ellis was last seen in the early morning hours in the area of Camille Ln. Tuscaloosa, AL. Mr. Ellis possibly left wearing a blue windbreaker and was on foot headed in an unknown direction. If you have any information on Mr. Ellis please contact the Sheriffs Office at (205)464-8672.

Sheriff Abernathy would like to thank Turning Point for the invitation and opportunity to speak at their community event. The event was for Domestic Violence Awareness.

Thank you to Turning Point from Sheriff Abernathy and the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office. Turning Point provided “Kisses for Cops” to say thank you to local law enforcement agencies for their service and support.

Sheriff Abernathy and the Deputies from the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office would like to say thank you for the cookies provide by the organization, “Cookies for a Cop”.

***Safety Notice - Highway 171 - This Sunday*** - A team of cyclist (Ride 2 Rosemary Team) will be traveling down Highway 171 this Sunday for a charitable cycling event. Approximately 30 bicycle riders will travel southbound on Hwy 171 as they come through Tuscaloosa on their way from Memphis TN to Rosemary Beach. Please be extremely careful as you travel highway 171 this Sunday. The riders should be on the highway from around 1:00pm until around 4:30pm. The Sheriff’s Office will have patrol cars with the group starting around the 15mm south to Hwy 43. Northport Police will assist once the team makes it to Hwy 43. They will end for the day in downtown Tuscaloosa.

Sheriff Abernathy was honored to attend the 17th Annual Miners’ Memorial Service that was held for the Coal Miners that lost their lives on September 23, 2001.

The Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office needs your help to identify this person. If you have any information please contact Inv. McDaniel at (205)464-8672.

***SCAM ALERT***Please note that the Sheriff's Office never calls people on the telephone to solicit money or to warn you of impending arrest if you don't pay money. Scammers are still calling area residents demanding money for alleged missed court dates and for having warrants with our office. This is not the Sheriff's Office. The caller ID may even show the Sheriff's Office phone number, but this too is a scam. Callers use spoofing programs to disguise the number they are calling from and can make it appear they are calling from the Sheriff's Office. Please don't be fooled. Please make your friends and family aware of this scam.

Last night at approximately 11:23pm deputies responded on a 911 call to Bone Camp Road on a report that a female had been struck by a vehicle while sitting in her house at her dining room table. The evidence suggests the vehicle lost control in a curve and struck the corner of the house. The resident of the home was transported to DCH by ambulance. The driver fled the area on foot and an extensive search was conducted with the Sheriff’s Office K9 unit. The suspect was located by a deputy sheriff earlier this morning at a relative’s house.