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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Calhoun County murder suspect re-arrested
  • USW threatens Thursday walkout at Goodyear
  • Anniston police seeking robbery suspects
  • Changing of the Guard in Gadsden


Calhoun County murder suspect re-arrested 

A 24 year old Calhoun County man, charged with murder in the September 25th shooting death of his neighbor is back behind bars.  According to the Calhoun County Sheriffs Department, Jimmy Curtis Bundrum of Vernon George Road was re-arrested Sunday on a firearms charge for possession of a short barreled shotgun.  Bundrum had been released from jail on a $150,000 bond after being charged with the shooting death of 31 year old Kevin Samuel Finch.  According to authorities, the shooting reportedly resulted from an argument between the two men over a dog.  Bundrum remained in jail today. 


USW threatens Thursday walkout at Goodyear 

Workers at the Goodyear tire plant in Gadsden could go on strike Thursday if no progress comes from labor talks on a new contract.  But there is even a stronger possibility that Goodyear may have plants to close the Gadsden Plant.   The United Steelworkers gave Goodyear notice Monday that it intends to terminate the extension of the current labor contract. Under the day-to-day extension that went into effect in 2003, either side must give 72 hours' notice of termination. The Steelworkers said that "unless a tentative agreement is reached," the contract would end at noon Thursday. The extension agreement was mutually agreed upon before the contract expired July 22.  USW Executive Vice President Ron Hoover said Goodyear knows the union's position is that it would "stay at the bargaining table as long as progress was being made.  Bren Riley, vice president of USW Local 12, which represents workers in Gadsden, said if nothing changes by Thursday, "we're planning on walking at noon,".   The company said the sides could reach agreement on another extension of the previous contract or reach a tentative agreement on a new contract before Thursday's deadline.  Goodyear said it could lock out workers, union members could continue to work without an agreement or workers could strike.  About 1,430 people work at the Gadsden tire plant, and about 200 are management, or non-bargaining, employees.The 1,200 or so bargaining workers here are among about 14,000 Goodyear workers represented by the Steelworkers in the contract negotiations that affect 12 facilities.  Goodyear wants to close two of the 12 plants covered by the current labor contract. The company won't say which two are targeted for closure. The union has identified tire plants in Gadsden; Tyler, Texas; Union City, Tenn., and Fayetteville, N.C., as being the subject of closure discussions.  Riley said Gadsden and Tyler are the two plants left off the protection list in the company's latest proposal.  Local and state officials are working on a financial incentives package that would keep Gadsden's tire plant out of the line of fire as Goodyear officials determine plant closures.



Anniston police seeking robbery suspects 

Anniston Police say they are searching for someone they called “a person of interest” in connection with the Saturday night robbery of a couple in Downtown Anniston.  According to police, the pair pulled into the city parking lot behind a building on the 1000 block of Noble Street around 9 p.m. Saturday night when the two approached them armed with a small silver handgun, threatened them and demanded their money. The male driver gave the man his wallet and two credit cards inside  and the men fled.   No injuries were reported.


Changing of the Guard in Gadsden 

Newly elected Gadsden Mayor Sherman Guyton spent his first day on the job Monday morning with the City Council and then had a busy afternoon of meetings with some individual council members and department heads.  The new mayor said he has done some work on the city budget, but will begin working with Finance Director Lisa Rosser on preparing it to give to the council for consideration. He does not have a timetable for when he plans to submit the budget for the fiscal year that began Sunday.  In a speech at Gadsden’s Convention Hall after the swearing in of the mayor and council Monday morning, Guyton pledged to work with the council, the Etowah County Commission, area mayors and the county's legislative delegation in a spirit of cooperation on issues.  He said he would work to establish a comprehensive financial plan for the city to preserve and promote existing businesses and industries "while aggressively attracting new business and jobs.".   Guyton, who received more than 60 percent of the vote in defeating seven-term Mayor Steve Means and Eddie Hedgspeth Aug. 22, thanked Means for his 28 years of service and wished the former mayor well.

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