He was convicted in 1986.
"He was buried in the sand for fun and it has become our nightmare," said Michael Dumas' mother.
"Do not drink the water here. Climb Works should make this right with all the families that were affected by this."
The Republican candidate won the primary vote at the beginning of May.
The Tennessee Democratic Party county chairman sparked increased support and intense criticism after a Facebook post labeling Republican candidates "demonstrably racist, homophobic and unethical."
"You looking at that video, you see she opened up the cage, let the kids out the cage out the trunk of the car, I mean it don't look good," a neighbor said.
The 18-year-old reportedly burst into tears upon arrest and said he "should not be forgiven."
Domenic Micheli is still on the run.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigations has placed suspect Steven Wiggins on its Top 10 Most Wanted list.
The adoptive mother found her dead on Wednesday evening.
In exchange for money, donors will get their names engraved on a commemorative display near the proposed wall.
"I mean, this is what we go through. [A] young black man out here trying to do what's right, and we get the police called on us."
Despite being disavowed by his own party, Keith Alexander still managed to grab 38 percent of the vote in Shelby County, Tennessee.
"Their intention is to shame women," Tennessee Planned Parenthood wrote.
"Upon the court's own motion, bond currently in all matters of Travis J. Reinking is hereby revoked."
"Get your hands off me," the boy screamed as he was forcibly dragged off the bus upside down.
"We have the (state) monument to slavery and the holocaust," said lawmaker Jerry Sexton defending the bill, "We don't want these atrocities to ever happen again."
"Not taking this oath solemnly and with the utmost respect is firmly against the traditions and sanctity of our military family," Maj Gen. Terry M. Haston said.
The boy's father said he hit him "in the body, upper torso, head, and face with closed fist until his son was deceased."
The teacher faces at least 10 years in prison for kidnapping and sexually assaulting Elizabeth Thomas.