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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Operation Fall-Out drug roundup
  • Congressional candidate has ties to racist group
  • Cherokee County shooting
  • Centre considering leash law
  • High School Football Schedule


Operation Fall-Out drug roundup 

Local, State and federal agents began rounding up 135 suspects today in an 8 month undercover investigation involving drug sales and purchases in Calhoun and Cleburne Counties.  Alabama 810 News Director Mike Mitchell has this audio report…


Congressional candidate has ties to racist group 

A man running for Congress in Alabama pleaded guilty in 1999 to carrying a gun at a Ku Klux Klan rally and is described by an organization that monitors hate groups as having been a member of the white-supremacist National Alliance.  54 year old Mark Edwin Layfield, of Auburn, is running as an independent candidate for Alabama's 3rd U.S. House District, currently held by Republican Rep. Mike Rogers of Saks.

According to court records, Layfield received a suspended sentence of 180 days in jail and paid a $500 fine plus court costs after being charged with possession of a firearm at the Klan demonstration in Fort Payne, an annual event dubbed "Klan Jam." The judge in the case also barred Layfield from returning to Fort Payne.

Layfield in an interview with a Montgomery newspaper, did not deny or confirm his membership in the National Alliance, a neo-Nazi group that claims white Europeans have evolved further than other races. Layfield, who has not previously run for office, has not advocated a white-supremacist agenda in interviews or on his Web site.  But he does advocate some positions similar to those of the National Alliance. He said in a recent interview that one of his top priorities would be to pull troops out of Iraq and put them on the Mexican border to block immigrants from entering the United States.On its Web site, the National Alliance is selling magnets and stickers calling for the same position. The Web site also lists Layfield's candidacy in the table of contents of a newsletter available for sale. 



Cherokee County Shooting 

Cherokee County authorities are investigating a shooting reported in the Cedar Bluff area Wednesday evening.  Authorities say that the shooting occurred between 7:30 and 8 p.m. in a trailer park near J.R.'s Marina. Cherokee County Investigator Bo Jolly said the shooting appeared to have resulted from a domestic dispute between two brother-in-laws. The victim was discovered in a vehicle and was transported to Floyd Medical Center in Rome. The names of the victims have not been released and No arrests have been made.  


Centre considering leash law 

The City Council in Centre  has taken its first step toward a city leash law . In a recent meeting, members voted to allow the City Attorney  to draw up an ordinance to fine dog owners who refuse to leash or fence their dogs. The council took this action after a resident of Northwood Estates expressed concerns about a growing problem of dog attacks in the area.  Top of Form

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Mayor Phil Powell explained that the council planned to work with the Cherokee Humane Society in implementing a leash law. Currently the Humane Society is working on a shelter facility in Centre Industrial Park. Powell said that Fort Payne has ceased accepting animals from Cherokee County and currently there is no place to house them. Taking this latest action would not require that the city house the animals. It would be a law, however, stiff fines,  imposed against those who do not comply. The city of Jacksonville recently adopted a vicious dog ordinance requiring owners of vicious or threatening dogs keep them in a double fenced pen with a roof over the inside pen.  The new Jacksonville ordinance became effective Wednesday. 


High School Football Schedule 



            Jacksonville at Cherokee County



            Alexandria at Saks

          John Carroll at Anniston

          Donoho at TCC

          Fayetteville and Jacksonville Christian

          Ohatchee at Randolph County

          Shades Valley at Oxford

          North Sand Mountain at Piedmont

          Pleasant Valley at Ranburne

          Wellborn at Weaver

          White Plains at Woodland

          Clay County at Lincoln

          Childersburg at Cleburne County

          Lineville at Winterboro

          Munford at Hokes Bluff

          Coosa Christian at Ragland

          Woodville at Spring Garden

          Benjamin Russell at Talladega

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