Man Arrested In Flomaton On Multiple Florida Warrants

August 31, 2022

A man wanted on multiple charges in Florida was arrested by Flomaton Police Tuesday afternoon.

Nikki Lee Odom, 31, was taken into custody without incident. Authorities said he is wanted on multiple warrants from Escambia County in Florida, including theft.

Odom was booked into the Escambia County (AL) Detention Center where he was held without bond awaiting extradition to Florida.

Additional details have not been released.


2 Responses to “Man Arrested In Flomaton On Multiple Florida Warrants”

  1. I left on September 1st, 2022 8:12 am

    If you’re a young adult, take a good look at this person. Flomaton is a small town, yet, isn’t the town it use to be. To any young adult or high schoolers, please don’t stay in flomaton. Leave and experience life, experience the world. This could’ve been me, but it could be you. I left, never been an addict. Never been a thief. Flomaton will always be home, but there’s more to life than flomaton alabama.

  2. Tom on August 31st, 2022 11:14 am

    So many, finally, maybe they will get the other guy that stole all the Dewalt tools and matabos from us. Drugs are killing and destroying these guys.

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