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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Gadsden shooting victim dies
  • Wedowee girl killed in ATV accident
  • United Way kicks off campaign drive
  • Former Gadsden official enters guilty plea


Gadsden shooting victim dies 

A man who was shot Thursday on South Sixth Street in Gadsden died Tuesday from his injuries.  23 year old Jason Snyder, died Tuesday afternoon at Gadsden Regional Medical Center.  Gadsden police said that Snyder was shot several times Thursday outside a home on South Sixth Street near the downtown area by a man he had allegedly just stabbed.  27 year old Edward King told police that Snyder stabbed him in the back and he pulled out a gun and started shooting.  As Snyder ran, he was shot in the back of the head at least twice, according to Gadsden Police Sgt. Mark Henderson.  Henderson said that the two men had been arguing for several weeks.   King was treated for stab wounds at Riverview Regional Medical Center and has been released.  Henderson said no charges have been filed. 


Wedowee girl killed in ATV accident 

An ATV accident in Randolph County has claimed the life of an 11 year old girl.

According to Alabama state troopers,11 year old  Maggie Hicks, of Woodland, died in the accident involving her 2004 Honda All Terrain Vehicle. The accident occurred Monday evening on Randolph County 470, about eight miles east of Wedowee.   Troopers said that the accident is under investigation, but it appeared that the child had been trying to get out of a ditch when the four-wheeler flipped over on her.  



United Way kicks off campaign drive 

The United Way of East Central Alabama kicked off its 2007 fund-raising drive Tuesday at the Anniston City Meeting Center. Last year East Central Alabama United Way helped 650 Hurricane Katrina victims relocate to Calhoun, Cleburne and Talladega Counties and raised $1.4 million for 30 United Way member organizations. This year, the goal is to match the money raised last year, then surpass it by $200,000 to fund five new programs. They are an adult-literacy program; a faith-based outreach to children with parents in prison; an adult dental-care program; the LINC program to prevent drug use in children and teens, and the Imagination Library, which will distribute books to parents with young children. 


Former Gadsden official enters guilty plea 

A former Gadsden official pleaded guilty Tuesday to being part of a conspiracy that involved City Council members getting cash bribes for supporting a multi-million dollar project.   Cathy Back, who resigned as director of the Gadsden Commercial Development Authority, is the latest to admit wrongdoing in the public corruption case that has led to the prosecution of two council members, Jimmy Armstong and Fred L. Huff, and consultant, Larry Thompson.   Back pleaded guilty in Birmingham's federal court to a bribery and wire fraud conspiracy charge, acknowledging she was present when payments were solicited by the consultant.   Her plea agreement with prosecutors also said she accepted $1,000 from the consultant on Dec. 29.   U.S. District Judge L. Scott Coogler set a Nov. 20 sentencing date. The conspiracy charge is punishable by a sentence of up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Sentencing is at the judge's discretion.   Back agreed to help prosecutors, and could get a sentencing break in the case based on assistance.   Her attorney, Tommy Spina, said Back's conduct violated the law, but her role was minimal.

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