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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Mother may face charges in sons death in St. Clair County
  • Anniston City Council delays vote on re-zoning
  • Calhoun Circuit Court’s guilty pleas
  • Anniston looking at wrecker fee control


Mother may face charges in sons death in St. Clair County 

A five year old Pell City boy was killed in a one car accident Tuesday morning and officials say the accident may result in charges against the boy’s mother who was driving the car.  According to state troopers, 5 year old Andrian Chance Howard was killed when the vehicle he was riding in left the road striking a tree before overturning.  The boys mother, 41 year old Vicki Howard of Pell City was driving the 1982 Toyota Pickup on Camp Creek Road in New London some five miles south of Pell City when the accident occurred around 8 Tuesday morning.  St. Clair County Coroner Dennis Russell said the boy died from head trauma, His mother was airlifted to University hospital in Birmingham.  Authorities say that the boy was wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident.  District attorney Richard Minor said he is awaiting the completion of the state trooper’s investigation but that he expects criminal charges against the mother within the next several days.



Anniston City Council delays vote on re-zoning 

A proposal to the Anniston city council to rezone a portion of Alabama hwy 202 in the city was postponed Tuesday night at the request of Councilman Ben Little who could not attend the Tuesday session.  The request is to rezone a portion of the highway from several different zones to a central business district 1 zone.  City leaders say the change was recommended by the planning commission and is intended to offer protection for the appearance of the highway 202 corridor in the city.  The section of hwy 202 has seen increased use with the opening of the west bypass which created easier access to downtown Anniston from the interstate.  The city council Tuesday night approved the extension of the cities contract to use the Calhoun County Animal Control Center on Morrisville road.  The agreement was extended to the end of the current fiscal year which ends on September 30th


Calhoun Circuit Court’s  guilty pleas 

Guilty pleas were accepted this week in Calhoun County Circuit court for a number of defendants.  50 year old Robert Allen Peoples of Anniston entered a guilty plea to charges of drug trafficking.  Peoples had driven his vehicle into the Hardee’s building on Quintard Avenue on July 8th 2003.  Anniston police had recovered a large amount of meth from his vehicle following his release on bond he was arrested again several weeks later for selling marijuana from his home.  With three prior convictions Peoples is subject to a sentence of life or life without parole when he is sentenced on May 9th.   

24 year old Joseph Earl Taylor of Jacksonville has entered a guilty plea to being the driver of a getaway car in a 2004 robbery in Jacksonville.  Tailor drove the car for Eric Vincent Burton of Jacksonville during the August 15, 2004 robbery of the Country Market in Jacksonville.    Taylor was charged with second degree robbery.  Taylor faces a sentence of from 10 to 20 years.  Burton also entered a guilty plea in April of last year and was sentenced to life in prison. 

30 year old Martinez Hall of Anniston entered a plea this week to trafficking in marijuana and cocaine.  Hall was arrested by Calhoun county Sheriffs deputies on November 17th 2004 while selling cocaine and marijuana.  Arrested along with Hall was 42 year old Dana Butner who plead guilty last year.  Hall has three prior felony convictions and faces a possible sentence of life or life without parole; sentencing is set for May 9th

36 year old Pamela Byers of Ohatchee entered a plea this week to charges of manufacturing meth in her basement.  The meth lab was discovered in her home on august 17, 2004 when members of the drug task force assisted DHR in child welfare search of her home.  Byers could be sentenced from two to twenty years.


Anniston looking at Wrecker Fee Control 

After receiving public complaints about wrecker service charges in the city the city is investigating the possibility of creating fee restrictions for wrecker services in the city.  According to Anniston City Manager George Monk they will meet Thursday with representatives from wrecker companies in the city. The issue surfaced when residents complained of excessive fees for towing services to members of the city council.


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