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  • Workers cross Goodyear picket line
  • Anniston man dies following beating
  • Second man arrested in Anniston murder
  • Police seek information in Childersburg drive by shooting

Workers cross Goodyear picket line 

With The strike against Goodyear is in its eighth week several union members have decided to cross the picket line and go back on the job.  USW Local 12 President Dennis Battles   described the two who crossed the picket line as "middle-aged" and having transferred to the Gadsden facility from another Goodyear tire plant by means of the preferential hire guidelines in the labor contract negotiated in 2003.
Battles said he understood the two workers previously worked at the tire plant in Union City, Tenn., and preferentially hired into that plant before coming to Gadsden.
Battles expressed concern for the message workers send in crossing the picket line.
The two who crossed the line Monday joined management and temporary workers inside the Gadsden plant.  The Gadsden tire plant has less than 200 management workers.  Goodyear corporate spokesman Ed Markey said he could not confirm how many union members crossed the picket or how many temporary workers are in Gadsden.  The Steelworkers went on strike Oct. 5. Goodyear has said strikers could return to work at anytime, and more may do so considering their company-paid health-care benefits will end Jan. 3. That is 90 days after the termination of the 2003 labor pact.   

Anniston man dies following beating 

Anniston police say that an Anniston man died after he was found badly beaten in an alley in the 1500 block of Glen Addie Avenue in Anniston late Sunday night. Authorities say that 50 year old Martin Lorenzo Blair, died from his wounds just after midnight Monday morning. Investigators said that Blair was beaten, apparently with fists, about the face and head and sustained a cut on his forehead and abrasions on his back. Police have classified the death as a murder.

Blair's body was sent to the State Forensics Lab in Huntsville for an autopsy.       



Second suspect arrested in Anniston murder 

Anniston police have arrested a second suspect  in the November 9th shooting death of a 29-year-old Anniston.   Anniston Police arrested Keyonte Reine Chick Sunday and charged him with murder in connection with the shooting death of Christopher Toson. Chick is being held on a quarter million dollars bond.  Chick has also been charged with felony obstruction of justice for using a false identity.  Police arrested 28 year old Carlton Reshard Lane, of McClellan Boulevard shortly after the shooting charging him with murder. Toson died of two gunshot wounds and two bystanders also were hit by ricocheting bullets. Police have said they believe the shooting stemmed from a personal dispute, and no evidence indicated a robbery.

Investigators said they do not know which suspect fired the fatal bullet, but they believe both men fired shots in Toson's direction.  

Police seek information in Childersburg drive by shooting 

Childersburg police investigators are looking for answers after a burst of gunfire in a neighborhood on Grist Mill road left a Sylacauga man dead outside his mother’s home Sunday night. The homicide occurred at about 9 p.m. on Grist Mill Road in Childersburg.  According to Childersburg Police Chief Chuck Brown, the victim was 38-year-old Steven Lamar Jews. Jews was outside his mother’s house when he was shot multiple times. Brown said there are currently no suspects in the shooting and the Childersburg Police Department is seeking information to help with the case.

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