Alleged Pop-A-Lock scammer arrested

Gerald Rester (Source: EBRSO)
Gerald Rester (Source: EBRSO)

Police have arrested a man for running a scam where he allegedly asked people for money to help him to help pay for "Pop-A-Lock" to get his keys out of his locked car.  WAFB's Greg Meriwether will have more tonight on 9News at 5.

Later on 9News at 6:  A lot of ugly comments were directed at Mayor Kip Holden at last night's metro council meeting.  Political analyst Clay Young says Holden could be a lame duck mayor sooner rather than later.  WAFB's Tyana Williams will have the full story tonight at 6.

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