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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Calhoun County to build new schools
  • Gadsden police investigating shooting
  • Man leads deputies on dangerous chase
  • St. Clair Grand Jury makes recommendations


Calhoun County to build new schools 

The Calhoun County Board of Education approved a plan Thursday to build middle schools in White Plains and Alexandria. The board’s five-year capital plan calls for  a new middle school in White Plains ready for the 2008-09 school year and a middle school in Alexandria soon thereafter. Superintendent Jacky Sparks presented the board with enrollment numbers through the first 10 days of school this year. White Plains Elementary enrollment is up 52 students and the high school enrollment is up 29 students from last year. In Alexandria, the elementary school has 53 more students and the high school has 25 more. Sparks said each of the schools would cost between $6 million and $8 million to build. He said money from a state bond issue, which he estimated would be more than the $5 million Calhoun County received for the last one, and the system’s capital and reserve funds would pay for the schools.


Gadsden police investigating shooting 

Gadsden police say they are investigating An altercation at a on South Sixth Street Thursday evening which resulted in the shooting of a 23-year old man and injuries to another man. Investigating officers said that the two men had an argument weeks ago which played a role in Thursday’s altercation.  Officers said the suspect was sitting in a chair inside the residence when the 23 -year-old man stabbed at him with a knife. The two men left the residence and went into the street, where the 23-year-old man was shot.  Witnesses said they heard four to five gun shots.   The names were not released as the investigation is continuing. 



Man leads deputies on dangerous chase 

A 29 year old Morgan County man has been charged with attempted murder after he escaped from an Etowah County deputy who had stopped him in a stolen truck.  The man allegedly tried to run over the deputy and then caused the deputy to wreck during a high-speed chase in the Egypt community.  He was captured several hours later after a massive search near Collinsville in DeKalb County.  Daniel Lee Hogan, who told authorities he had been living in motels in the Decatur area, also was charged Thursday with receiving stolen property, for the stolen vehicle he was driving; escape, for running after he was already in custody; first-degree criminal mischief, for the damage to the patrol car; and third-degree theft, a misdemeanor, for the deputy's handcuffs.  The handcuffs still were on one wrist when Hogan was captured late Wednesday near Collinsville.  Investigators say that Hogan's arrest most likely will lead to charges for burglaries and thefts in at least four counties.


St. Clair Grand Jury makes recommendations 

A St. Clair County Grand Jury concluded deliberations last week in Ashville where they considered 115 cases for indictment.  The grand jury commended the County Commission for the plans to renovate the historic courthouse building and suggested handrails be installed at the steps located at the back door of the Courthouse across the sidewalk, at the steps on the front porch, and along both sides of the steps leading upstairs to the courtrooms. Among Other recommendations include: cushions be placed on the juror benches in the grand jury room; and recommended that security  be increased at the Courthouse. A final recommendation from the grand jury is that witnesses not be allowed to chew gum while testifying.

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