GORDON, Ala. (AP) — The mayor of an Alabama city is out of jail following her arrest on a harassment charge.

WSFA-TV reports Gordon Mayor Shana Ray was jailed Aug. 21. The Houston County Sheriff's Office says the incident may have started over a dispute about a water bill payment. The person who filed the complaint claims Ray came to their home and yelled obscenities over the bill.

The mayor of a small town in southeast Alabama has been convicted of voter fraud and removed from office.

News outlets report former Gordon, Alabama mayor Elbert Melton was convicted Wednesday of unlawfully falsifying ballots when he was elected in 2016.

Melton defeated mayoral challenger Priscilla Wilson by a 16-vote margin. This conviction strips him of his office. The Gordon Town Council will appoint an interim mayor to serve until an election is held.