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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Kidnapping suspect arrested
  • Drug investigation nets arrest and $7,500 worth of Cocaine
  • Goodyear talks stalled
  • Etowah Fatality


Kidnapping suspect arrested 

A suspect wanted in a weekend kidnapping in Anniston is being held in the  Talladega County Jail. Anniston Police said Johnny William Brewer of Anniston was arrested in connection with the Friday night abduction of an Anniston woman.

Meanwhile the woman, Carol Culver, has been released from Regional Medical Center Saturday.  Police said that, the 64-year-old woman was taken outside the Dollar General on Alabama 202 about 7 p.m. Friday evening. On Saturday afternoon, she slipped a note to a convenience store clerk saying she had been kidnapped. Saturday night she was able to escape  at another convenience store in Bynum and locked herself and a clerk in a bulletproof enclosure. The suspect then fled in the woman's 1992 for escort station wagon where he struck a tree at Twin Churches Road in Talladega County while being pursued by officials. Brewer was captured by Talladega County Authorities and remains in the Talladega County Jail.


Drug investigation nets arrest and $7,500 worth of Cocaine 

An Anniston man is being held in the Calhoun County Jail on drug trafficking charges.  According to Sheriff Larry Amerson, Deputies conducted a drug investigation on Baker Street in Anniston resulting in the arrest of Charles Hobdy for delivering approximately three ounces of cocaine to undercover deputies.  The street value of the cocaine was valued over $7,500.00.  Charles Hobdy was arrested for Trafficking in Cocaine with a $250,000 bond and court date of January 11th, 2007.  


Goodyear talks stall 

Talks between Goodyear and the United Steelworkers Union ended Friday with both sides leaving Cincinnati as the Labor strike entered its seventh week.  Dennis Battles, President of Steel Workers Local 12 in Gadsden said the union bargaining team made the decision to leave during a meeting Friday Morning.  Battles said the last bargaining session was Thursday night where Goodyear chief negotiator Jim Allen indicated the company might have something this week, but that is also might not.  Battles was among representatives from union locals across the country in Cincinnati for the talks that resumed last Tuesday.  He said the major issues, health care for retirees and job security remain unchanged in the negotiations.  In a statement Friday, Goodyear said that the two primary issues continue to be retiree health care and the announced closure of the Tyler Texas plant.  The statement said that dates for further meetings have not been established.  Some 15,000 union workers at 16 plants in the U.S. and Canada have been on strike since October 5th.         


Etowah Fatality 

A Gadsden man was killed and three others injured in a two car accident Friday afternoon 8 miles north of Gadsden on Tabor road in Etowah county.  According to troopers from the Jacksonville post, 23 year old Benjamin Johnson Junior was killed in the accident when the 2005 nissan sentra he was driving collided with a 2003 nissan altima driven by 29 year old Mirandi Watson of Collinsville.  Watson and a passenger in her car 42 year old Marlin Nance were both taken to local hospitals.  A passenger in the Johnson Vehicle, 21 year old Cindy Womack of Hokes Bluff was also taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries.  The cause of the accident remains under investigation.

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