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Former Auburn police officer Brian Hutchings to be released from prison this Wednesday

Former Auburn police officer Brian Hutchings to be released from prison this Wed

A former Auburn police officer convicted of theft and bribery is scheduled to be released on Wednesday this week after serving 3.5 years in prison, the Cayuga County District Attorney’s Office confirmed.

Brian Hutchings was convicted in 2012 of stealing thousands of dollars from the Cayuga County Police Benevolent Association. He was convicted on 1 count of third degree grand larceny, 3 counts of fourth degree grand larceny, 2 counts of first degree scheming to defraud, and 5 counts of petit larceny.

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Gus Malzahn takes Tray Bishop for a ride in new BMW sports car

Gus Malzahn takes Tray Bishop for a ride in new BMW sports car

During Auburn’s “Junior Day” recruiting event last Saturday, head football coach Gus Malzahn took four-star athlete Tray Bishop aside for a quick ride in his newly purchased car BMW i8.

Bishop said he saw many sports cars in his life, but never pictured himself riding in something like Malzahn’s car.

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Tigers pull Victory in Final Two Sets against Eagles

Tigers pull Victory in Final Two Sets against Eagles

The Auburn volleyball team played against Florida Gulf Coast in its final match on Sunday and won the game 3-1. The match was played at the Sports Imports D. C. Koehl Classic.

The Tigers defeated the Eagles 2-4 in the first-ever competition of the season between the two teams. The win helped coach Rick Nold secure his 50th victory at Auburn. The Tigers played exceptionally well in the final two sets and collected 29 of its 51 kills along with five blocks to knock off FGCU.

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500th Auburn Football Game for Retired Judge

500th Auburn Football Game for Retired Judge

The retired Muscogee County Superior Court judge, Bill Smith, will be attending his 500th Auburn football game on Saturday when the Tigers will take on San Jose State. The University is planning to honor Smith with a brief on-field ceremony during a TV timeout.

Smith said that Auburn football became his hobby and passion when he was a young teenager. The first Auburn game he attended was back in 1948, when he was only six year old. After Smith returned to Columbus in 1969, he attended many games with wife, Louise, and their daughters.

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Punter Ian Shannon commits to Auburn

Punter Ian Shannon commits to Auburn

Marietta High School's Ian Shannon, who is counted among one of Georgia's top punters, committed to Auburn on Wednesday night.

Two-star punter Shannon picked the SEC school over various other offers from the likes of Georgia Tech and Virginia. He said people at Auburn were kind and he was proud to be a part of the team.

Speaking on the topic, Shannon said, "Auburn was the first school that I visited, and it was love at first sight. The coaches at Auburn have always been very honest with me through my recruiting which made it comforting knowing the people I would be playing for."

Auburn planning to play without Carl Lawson

Auburn planning to play without Carl Lawson

Auburn defensive end Carl Lawson's rehab is going very well but his return to the field for the 2014 season is still uncertain, the team's head coach Gus Malzahn indicated.

Lawson underwent an ACL surgery on May 1, 2014; and it normally takes six to nine months to fully recover. It means he should not be expected to return to the field before November 1 game, in which Auburn's team will take on Ole Miss.

Malzahn recently hinted that Lawson could miss the 2014 season, and that Auburn was planning to play without Lawson.

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Body found in Puyallup home linked to blood-soaked items found in Auburn

Body found in Puyallup home linked to blood-soaked items found in Auburn

Police investigators have linked the body found at a Puyallup home on Monday night to blood and bone fragments that an unidentified man was trying to burn alongside a road in Auburn last month.

Pierce County Sheriff's spokesperson Ed Troyer said when officers found a badly decomposed body inside a South Hill home in the 13000 block of Military Road East when they reached the home for a welfare check on Monday night.

Troyer added that officers found flooring, carpet and some other items missing in the house that matched the items recovered by a patrol officer in Auburn.

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