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Alabama man convicted of putting flowers on fiancee’s grave after father told him to stop

Rickey Stokes

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Date: Jun 11 2022 9:56 PM

An Alabama man has been found guilty of putting flowers on his fiancee’s grave.

Winchester Hagans, a student studying education and theology and the son of Evangelist Rick Hagans, was pulled over and arrested earlier this year while on his way to preach at church.

It was then he learned that there was an outstanding warrant for misdemeanor criminal littering.

His fiancé, 26-year-old Hannah Ford, was killed in a Jan. 17, 2021, car crash just hours after the newly engaged couple had visited their wedding venue.

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