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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Anniston Man Escapes from Deputy
  • Cleburne fire continues to smolder
  • Gadsden Man Dies in accident
  • Riverside Council appoints mayor
  • Gadsden drafting revision to litter ordinance
  • Gadsden Doctor must prove knowledge before license is re-instated


Anniston Man Escapes from Deputy 

Authorities in Calhoun County are searching for a 33 year old Anniston man who escaped from a patrol car Monday while being arrested on a domestic violence charge.  According to Calhoun County Sheriff Larry Amerson,  Clay Ewing was arrested after a deputy responded to a call Monday evening and found Ewing sleeping and an injured woman who told the deputy that Ewing had hit her and held her at the home against her will.  The deputy handcuffed Ewing and placed him in the patrol car and went back to check on the victim.  Ewing then reportedly kicked out a window in the patrol car and escaped.  The deputy chased Ewing tackling him and in the ensuing scuffle Ewing broke the deputy’s nose.  Ewing has recently been released from the city jail in Anniston after being charged with domestic violence.  Protective orders were issued against Ewing in 2003, 2004 and 2006.  Ewing is described as 5 ft 8 inches tall about 150 pounds.  Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call the Calhoun County Sheriffs office at 236-6600. 

Cleburne fire continues to smolder 

The Hollis crossroads area in Cleburne County remained covered by a blanket of smoke Tuesday as hundreds of tons of waste from an Oxford based metal recovery business continued to burn.  The fire at the site, owned by Cammco Inc.  Caught fire Sunday evening with mounds of plastic waste as high as 20 feet burning and emitting thick black smoke.  Officials say that most of the debris consists of ground up paper and plastic casings from discarded telephone cables.  The EPA is monitoring the smoking and officials say thus far that everything looks OK.  According to Jerome Hand with the Alabama Department of Emergency Management or ADEM, the have detected small amounts of carbon monoxide in the air but not enough to pose a threat.  The site is located near the intersection of Alabama highway 9 and U.S. 431 in Cleburne County less than a mile from the Pleasant Grove Elementary School. 

Gadsden Man Dies in accident 

A 45 year old Gadsden man died Monday night following a wreck on Ewing Avenue.  According to Gadsden Police, Randy Rutledge was driving north on Ewing Avenue when he left the road near Goldenrod Avenue, struck a ditch and ended up in the North Gadsden Park.  Police are continuing to investigate the cause of the accident, however officers say that they found what is believed to be crack cocaine in the victim’s mouth.  The accident occurred shortly after 10pm Monday night. 


Riverside Council appoints mayor

The Riverside City Council must now fill a vacant position on the City Council after they elected to appoint Councilman Rusty Jessup as the town’s new mayor.  Jessup will serve the final two years of a term left vacant by the resignation of Mayor Pokey Forrester, who announced February 21st that he was resigning from office for personal reasons. 

Gadsden drafting revision to litter ordinance 

People who were ticketed for discarding ashes in Gadsden will have the charges dropped.  Assistant City Attorney Alice Pruett has set letters to people who received tickets for “ashes on roadway” when Gadsden police were working a litter detail.  Pruett wrote that she has asked the Municipal Court Judge to dismiss the ticket, and that the cited smokers will not have to appear in court.  A revision of the city’s 1980 litter ordinance has already been drafted which will redefine litter as “any object or substance which tends to create a danger to public health, safety or welfare or which by sight or smell creates or contributes to unsightly or unsanitary conditions.”  The city council could take up the matter at the next meeting on March 28th. 

Gadsden Doctor must prove knowledge before license is re-instated 

A state medical commission has ordered a former Gadsden physician pass an assessment test before they will reinstate his license to practice medicine.  Dr. Pascual Herrera Jr. lost his license in 2001 during the OxyContin scare in Gadsden and since then has only practiced medicine for about a year during the last five years.   The Commission in its March first order deferred reinstatement of his license until his skills and knowledge can be evaluated. 


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