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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Fire Destroys Talladega County Church
  • Anniston Police arrest ATM robbery suspect
  • Truck accident sends Oxford man to the hospital
  • Baker enters Treasurers race
  • McClellan in running for Bioterrorism Lab


Fire Destroys Talladega County Church 

Fire destroyed a church in Talladega County early Tuesday morning and investigators are attempting to determine what caused the blaze.  Authorities say that little remains of the Blackberry Lane Community Church aside from the charred brick walls.  State and federal agents were on the scene of the fire which was reported shortly before 3 Tuesday morning. Ragan Ingram, a spokesman for the state fire marshal’s office said that authorities would try to determine whether the fire at the Blackberry Lane Church was an accident or something else.  Flames gutted the sanctuary of the church and another section of the building was heavily damaged.  Fire Capt. Ronnie Davis said the church building formerly housed a Baptist congregation but had since been acquired by the nondenominational Blackberry Lane Congregation which has about 100 members. 


Anniston Police arrest ATM robbery suspect 

A 19 year old Anniston man was arrested early Monday morning just minutes after the attempted robbery of a 31 year old Anniston man at an ATM in downtown Anniston.  Police say that Ronnie Rayshaun Vincent is charged with attempting to force the victim to withdraw money from the ATM at the Fort McClellan Credit Union ATM on Quintard Avenue and 18th street.  Police say that when the victim could not withdraw the money, Vincent held a pistol to his head forcing him to drive to the Farmers & Merchants bank on Quintard where the victim again was unable to withdraw money and Vincent forced him to drive him back to Quintard where he fled on foot.  Vincent was arrested near the scene after the victim gave police his description.  Authorities say they are questioning Vincent in connection with three other ATM incidents in the same area.


Truck accident sends Oxford man to the hospital 

A 46 year old Oxford man was airlifted to a Birmingham hospital Monday after his tractor trailer collided with a 2001 Mack dump truck on Mudd Street near Sulphur Springs Baptist Church late Monday morning.  Authorities say that Leland Ledbetter’s truck caught fire after the accident and between 200 and 400 gallons of diesel fuel spilled at the wreck site. Ledbetter was flown to University hospital in Birmingham. Hazardous materials crews used an earthen dam to contain the spill which posed no dander to water sources.  Cause of the accident is being investigated by Alabama State troopers from the Jacksonville Post.


Baker enters Treasurers race 

Anniston businessman Charley Baker narrowly lost a race for state auditor in 1994.  Now, after being out of politics for years, he wants another crack at the job.  Baker announced his campaign on Monday, becoming the first Democrat to enter the race for state auditor.  Unless another Democrat jumps in before the Friday qualifying deadline, Baker won’t have to go through a primary campaign.  On the Republican side of the ballot, four people are seeking the GOP nomination in the June 6th primary.  The incumbent, Republican Beth Chapman, is running for Secretary of State.



McClellan in running for Bioterrorism Lab 

McClellan is now officially in the running for a proposed 450 million dollar bioterrorism lab.  McClellan was submitted as Alabama’s proposed site for the 500 thousand square foot facility where scientists would study potential bioterrorism threats to the nation’s food supply and humans.  McClellan is one of the ten sites that have been submitted for consideration.  The others come from Mississippi, Kentucky, Georgia, North Carolina, Florida, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas and Texas.   The proposals had to be submitted to the Department of Homeland Security by last Friday.  Officials say that a short list of finalists will be announced in the fall followed by environmental assessments next year.  The Joint Powers Authority agreed to place the McClellan property in the running for the site while the authority continues to investigate and consider if it is actually something that they want located in the community. 


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