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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Anniston teen killed, brother charged with murder
  • Gadsden police investigating shooting of Gadsden couple
  • Anniston man sentenced for perjury
  • Jacksonville native killed on 9-11 to be honored


Anniston teen killed, brother charged with murder 

 A Sunday afternoon argument between two teenage brothers in Anniston resulted in the death of one and the arrest of the other.  According to police, 15 year old Frederick Walker was at his west 19th street home wrestling with his younger brother when one of the brothers got mad.  Frederick Walker was stabbed in the chest and was taken to Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced dead near 5:40 Sunday evening.  Walkers’ 13 year old brother has been charged with murder and was transported to the Coosa Valley Regional Detention Center in Anniston.  His name cannot be released because of his age.


Gadsden police investigating shooting of Gadsden couple 

 Police in Gadsden are investigating the weekend shooting deaths of a man and woman.  Police say the deaths occurred Saturday evening on Walnut Street at 10th street in Gadsden.  Two victims were shot multiple times in the car which wrecked at a Walnut street residence.  Officers said that both victims were in the vehicle and apparently attempted to get away.  Deputy Etowah County Coroner Michael Gladden identified the victims as 30 year old Baxter Martin of a South 15th street address and 18 year old Jam Esha Shropshire of Evans Street.  Gadsden police are continuing their investigation. 


Anniston man sentenced for perjury 

A 42 year old Anniston man who became an expert witness on medical matters in court has been sentenced to a year in prison for lying about attaining degrees from Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.  Robert David Madrid received his sentence Thursday on perjury charges and was also fined a thousand dollars.  After being released from prison he has been ordered to serve an additional three years on probation.  Madrid entered a guilty plea in February to one count of perjury.  He had initially been charged with five counts of perjury for which he could have received a ten year prison sentence and a five thousand dollar fine on each count.  Madrid had worked as a private detective in Anniston with retired Anniston police Capt. Bob Parker.  Madrid had claimed to hold a medical degree from Harvard and a doctorate from MIT when he actually never completed college. 



Jacksonville native killed on 9-11 to be honored 

Officials at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas have announced they will dedicate part of its new human resource facility in the honor of a Jacksonville native killed in the 9-11 attack on the pentagon.  Major Dwayne Williams died on September 11, 2001 when a hijacked plane crashed into the pentagon where he was working.  Major Williams had spent a portion of his career in the military at the Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth.  Officials said that Williams’s uniform will be displayed in the foyer along with pictures and biographical information.  The dedication ceremony is scheduled for May 25th.  A memorial for Major Williams stands at the Jacksonville City Cemetery.

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