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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Ohatchee robbery/murder suspects arrested
  • Governor addresses educators in Jacksonville
  • ACADF resumes chemical disposal operations
  • Eli Henderson Sportsplex opens in Wellborn


Ohatchee robbery/murder suspects arrested 

Two Anniston men were taken into custody late Friday for the slaying of a customer during a robbery at an Ohatchee convenience store.  23 year old Bobby Dejuan Jackson, 18 year old and Jarell Demone Price both have been charged with murder, attempted murder and first-degree robbery.  The men are charged with the shooting death of 62 year old Thomas E. Dewey Bowen, of Ohatchee, the attempted murder of the store's owner, Jim Cosper, and the robbery of Sav-More, which used to be Texaco on Alabama 144.  According to investigators Bowen had gone to the store to pick up a case of water for a baseball team and sat in a chair as he waited on Cosper to bring the water from the back of the store.  Cosper had returned to the front of the store when the men, one armed with a gun, came in to rob it.  Investigators said that "They already had the money and, out of the blue, shot the man sitting in the chair,” They fired at Cosper, who ducked behind the counter and was grazed on the arm. Ohatchee Police Department was assisted by the Anniston Police Department, Calhoun County Sheriff's Department, Alabama Bureau of Investigation, Calhoun County District Attorney's office, Calhoun County Drug Task Force and the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences.  Investigators said that Tips were received by the agencies involved, which led to the arrests.  Several of the agencies were involved Friday in the search of two Anniston residences and the car believed to be the getaway car.  Both men are being held on a 1.5 million dollar bond each.



Governor addresses educators in Jacksonville 

Governor Bob Riley along with State School Supt. Dr. Joseph Morton welcomed over 300 state educators to the Alabama Math, Science and Technology Initiative or AMSTI,  Leadership Academy which got underway today at Jacksonville High School.  AMSTI is the cornerstone of the Governors efforts to improve math and science education in Alabama. The Governor said that the state is leading the way in the effort  State School Supt. Joseph Morton said that Alabama’s program is one of a kind.  Morton said that AMSTI is extremely important to Alabama’s future.  Governor Riley, who just returned from a trade mission to china, said that Bio Tech industries will be a key to future development.  As for a plan to locate a major federal bio tech lab at McClellan the Governor said he will work to bring the facility to Anniston.  The AMSTI program began as a pilot program in 2002 with a $300,000 budget and this year has a 22 million dollar budget. Jacksonville State University is the newest of the eight AMSTI sites around the state.


ACADF resumes chemical disposal operations 

The Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal Facility resumed disposal operations Sunday night with the disposal of the first M55 rocket.  The work necessary to convert from GB disposal operations to VX disposal operations and from artillery shell processing to rocket processing operations was completed last week.  The M55 rockets are the first of three types of VX filled munitions in line to be destroyed at the Anniston facility during this phase of operations.  The rockets are 6 feet 6 inches long and contain about five quarts of liquid VX nerve agent, and are encased in a fiberglass shipping and firing tube.  To destroy the rockets, robotic equipment drains liquid agent into holding tanks prior to destruction in the liquid incinerator at about 2700 degrees Fahrenheit.  The rockets are then cut into eight pieces and destroyed in the deactivation furnace system.  Following destruction of the M55 rockets, the Anniston plant will retool for destroying 155 mm VX projectiles and later for destroying VX M23 land mines.


Eli Henderson Sportsplex opens in Wellborn 

A new sports complex was unveiled in the Wellborn Community Monday morning.  The new Sportsplex is being named in honor of Calhoun County Commissioner Eli Henderson.  A Ribbon cutting ceremony was held at 9 Monday morning at the Eli Henderson Sportsplex.  The Wellborn youth football will also kick off registration today and next Monday July 31st between 5 and 7pm at the Wellborn Baseball for Youth parking lot. 


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