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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Oxford Police arrest 4 with stolen guns
  • Anniston Council has concerns with proposed Hospital Authority
  • Oxford Council approves road improvement project
  • U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear case of Jacksonville woman

 

Oxford Police arrest 4 with stolen guns 

Oxford police have arrested four men on charges that may be related to a weekend burglary and theft of some 90 guns from a Calhoun County Residence near Glencoe.  19 year old Christopher Hansel of Oxford, 18 year old Deontae Devon Carter of Heflin, 18 year old Gavin Lee Huges of Ohatchee and 20 year old Terry Wayne Ball of Newell were arrested Tuesday at a home in oxford.   Police were called to the home on Country Lane after residents reported hearing gunfire.  When officers arrived, the four men fled on foot and were captured by police.  Officers recovered 11 guns from the home, including eight handguns, two long guns and  an automatic pistol.  Serial numbers from at least one of the guns matched one of the 90 guns taken in a burglary at an Oak Grove Road home over the weekend.  Calhoun county sheriffs deputies recovered four of the stolen guns from a creek on Monday and with the guns recovered by oxford police, 75 of the stolen guns remain unaccounted for.

   

Anniston Council has concerns with proposed Hospital Authority 

The Hospital board at Anniston’s Regional Medical Center wants to become a hospital authority, and has asked the Anniston city Council to take action approving the re-incorporation of the hospital board.  The issue was removed from Tuesday nights city council agenda over concerns raised by the council.   According to city manager George Monk, Those concerns involve provisions by the city that currently protects the physical assets of the hospital.  The proposed change would change the way that members are selected to the board,  that is an issue that councilman Ben Little has concerns about.   The city will meet over the next couple of weeks with the hospital board attorney to discuss their concerns before addressing the matter at a future meeting.

  

 

Oxford Council approves road improvement project 

The Oxford city council Tuesday night moved forward with road improvements at Oxford Exchange despite the fact that the cost came in about double what had been expected.   The city had first estimated the project would cost no more than 800 thousand dollars, however the city awarded a contract for the work Tuesday night to McCartney Construction of Gadsden for some 1.7 million dollars.  As part of a deal with the Oxford Exchange Developers,  Oxford agreed to improve roads and entrances to the property which will include widening the off ramps at exit 188 off of interstate 20.  Target, one of the new malls anchor stores plans to open on July 23rd.

  

U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear case of Jacksonville woman 

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a sex discrimination lawsuit filed by a Jacksonville Woman against Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company.  Lilly Ledbetter, a former worker at the Goodyear Plant claims she was paid less than a man for doing the same job.  A federal jury agreed with Ledbetter in 2003, awarding her a 3.8 million dollar judgment after seven hours of deliberations.  Goodyear appealed to the 11th circuit court of appeals in Atlanta who overturned the decision last August saying that the lower court should have granted Goodyear a judgment in the case.  Ledbetter alleges employment discrimination under the 1964 Civil Rights Act.  Title VII of that federal act bars employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex and national origin.   The Supreme Court is being asked to rule on when the statute of limitations begins for wage discrimination claims.  The case has been placed on the courts fall docket.
 
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