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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Jacksonville man charged with manslaughter
  • Attalla man pleads guilty to murder
  • Authorities find gun in October 5th shooting
  • Accident kills Boaz man


Jacksonville man charged with manslaughter 

A Jacksonville man has been charged him with manslaughter in the Oct. 10 death of a woman in a wreck on McClellan Boulevard.  47 year old Timothy Gerard Crump, of Vann Street in Jacksonville, was arrested by university police following his release from University Hospital in Birmingham. Crump, who police say was an organist at a church in Oxford, was charged in connection with the death of 57 year old Janice Mayo Yates,  of Coldwater Road, after his Ford Explorer collided with her Ford Crown VictoriaAnniston police and the Calhoun County District Attorney’s Office decided to charge Crump with manslaughter when witnesses and evidence suggested that his vehicle had been traveling between 60 and 70 miles per hour and that he never applied the brakes, according to Sgt. Allen George, who heads the department’s special operations unit.  Witnesses told police that the Explorer had been weaving through traffic at high speeds. Witnesses said last week that Yates was headed westbound at the intersection when her sedan and the northbound Explorer collided and slid across the median.  Crump was booked into the Calhoun County Jail Monday afternoon.   His bond is set at $75,000 and he is due to appear in court on Dec. 1.



Attalla man pleads guilty to murder 

An Attalla man pleaded guilty Monday to murder just before a trial was scheduled to begin in Etowah County Circuit Court.  25 year old Joseph Bartholomew Clark, was sentenced to 35 years in prison after he pleaded guilty before Circuit Judge Shaun Malone.  Clark was charged with the May 2005 murder of 28 year old Mike Barber.  Clark's ex-brother-in-law, Patrick Frank Horton, is awaiting trial on a hindering prosecution charge for his alleged role in disposing of Barber's body. District Attorney Jimmie Harp said Barber apparently "fronted" Clark with crystal methamphetamine and went to Clark's home just outside Attalla on May 4 to collect his money,.  Clark told investigators he did not have the money so he shot Barber.
 Clark also was ordered to pay a $10,000 fine and court costs. 


Authorities find gun in October 5th shooting 

Authorities have recovered the gun believed to have been responsible for the accidental shooting of a Gadsden man in the Webster chapel area of Calhoun county on October 5th.  Calhoun County Sheriff Larry Amerson said the gun was found Monday morning during a search of the area by Etowah and Calhoun County authorities.    According to the sheriff, the gun was found about fifty yards from where the body of 47 year old Kenneth Leslie Cox was found.  Authorities have ruled the shooting as accidental. 


Accident kills Boaz man 

A Boaz man was killed Monday afternoon when his car collided with a pickup truck in Etowah County.  According to troopers with the Jacksonville post, 30 year old Billy Joe Absher was killed in the accident on Walker Drive some 8 miles northwest of Attalla.  The driver of the truck, 30 year old Shane Williams of Altoona, was injured and was transported to Gadsden Regional Medical Center.  Troopers said the accident occurred near 5 Monday afternoon and remains under investigation.

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