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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Jacksonville Mayor & Council Expected to discuss troubled night club
  • Atlanta man dies from injuries in weekend accident
  • Legislators to hear from lake residents on houseboat ban bill
  • Talladega man arrested in Munford burglaries
  • Calhoun Commissioners put Bains Gap Road on fast-track


Jacksonville Mayor & Council Expected to discuss troubled night club 

A Jacksonville night club is expected to be a major topic of discussion by the Jacksonville Mayor and City council when the meet Monday night.  Residents and Business owners have called on the city to take action to either have the cock diesel club clean up it’s act or close the club.   The club, located just off the town square has been a problem for residents in the area as well as police.  Police Chief Tommy Thompson says the club has been a problem almost since they first opened the doors.  Since the club opened last fall the police have arrested about 40 of the clubs patrons for violations which included public lewdness, urinating in public, disorderly conduct, possession of firearms as well as drug and alcohol charges.  Concern regarding the club increased several weeks ago when a JSU student athlete was suffered a life threatening injury at the club and police were not called to the club.  Jacksonville Mayor Johnny Smith said the city is researching what actions may be taken.  Owners of the club say they have complied with recommendations to improve security at the club and they have now begun serving alcohol in plastic cups and cans.


Atlanta man dies from injuries in weekend accident 

An Atlanta man, injured in a Sunday evening accident on interstate 20 died Wednesday in a Birmingham hospital.  Troopers say that 56 year old Charlie Hunt  was the driver of a 1989 chevy S-10 pickup involved in the one vehicle accident four miles west of Anniston in Talladega County.  Details of the accident were not available.


Legislators to hear from lake residents on houseboat ban bill

A effort to ban houseboats on eleven Alabama lakes has boat and marina owners in arms.  State rep. Randy Wood of Anniston say local legislators will be meeting with a lake association group in Pell City Thursday night regarding the legislation.  The Anniston Representative said he feels that the bill, which has the support of Alabama Power, has little chance in passing.  The legislation was introduced after an Georgia development company said they would not move forward with the development of property on the shores of Lake Wedowee unless houseboats were banned from the lake. 



Talladega man arrested in Munford Burglaries 

A 20 year old Talladega man is facing burglary charges involving two home burglaries in Munford.  Talladega County investigators arrested 20 year old Gregory Keith Wyatt of a Nimitz Avenue address in Talladega in the burglaries of a home on Cedars Road and McElderry Road in Munford.  Authorities say that they traced jewelry taken in one of the burglaries to a Talladega Pawn shop which led them to Wyatt.  Officers found Wyatt hiding in a closet of his home and also found suspected cocaine and drug paraphernalia.  Authorities say that because a firearm was taken in one of the burglaries Wyatt is facing a charge of second degree burglary as well as third degree burglary in addition to drug charges.  Wyatt has been freed on a thirty thousand dollar bond.


Calhoun Commissioners put Bains Gap road on fast-track 

Calhoun County Commissioners took action Thursday to expedite the re-opening of the Bains Gap Road thru McClellan.  County Commissioner Robert Downing says it should be the final agreement on the project between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife and Calhoun County.  The county has five hundred thousand dollars that can be used for the project, funds that must be allocated before the end of the fiscal year.  Downing said he expects the project to be completed by the end of the current fiscal year which will be the end of September.   The current agreement calls for the road to be open from 4am until 10pm daily.    


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