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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Bullets fly at Anniston-Oxford football game
  • Watchdog group warns of mustard gas danger
  • Former Ashville teacher convicted of rape
  • Schools kick off high school football season


Bullets fly at Anniston-Oxford football game 

A shooting outside the stadium of the Anniston Oxford football game in Oxford Thursday night forced fans, players and cheerleaders to duck for cover and sent an Anniston man to the hospital.  Oxford police report that 21 year old Toavera Hawkins  was shot just outside the gate at the northwest corner of Oxford's Lamar Field, near Stewart Street. Police said that a bullet struck Hawkins' abdomen and exited through his back, but his wounds did not appear to be life-threatening.  Police arrested 21 year old Elzon Rudolph, of Anniston, at the scene and are searching for his sister, whose name they would not release. Police later found Rudolph's blue 1979 Chevrolet Caprice on Sixth Street in Oxford, where they believe his sister abandoned it. Police said several shots were fired and that two guns possibly were used in the incident. The shooting occurred in the game's third quarter, just after an Oxford player caught a pass for a touchdown. Play was suspended for seven minutes, and the game finished with out incident. It marks the second consecutive year someone was injured by gunfire outside the site of the Anniston-Oxford game. Last year, a 17-year-old girl was shot once in the leg near Anniston's Chink Lott Memorial Stadium, about an hour after the conclusion of the game.  Oxford won Thursday night’s contest 39 to 14. 


Watchdog group warns of mustard gas danger 

A national watchdog group is warning about the possible dangers of mercury contamination when Anniston begins to burn mustard agent at its chemical weapons incinerator. The Kentucky-based Chemical Weapons Working Group has issued a report suggesting Anniston use neutralization to destroy mustard agent. That would prevent the emissions produced by burning the weapons in the existing incinerator.  Neutralization already has been employed at the Bluegrass Army Depot in Kentucky. Mercury was discovered in containers of liquefied mustard agent at an incinerator in  Utah, this year, prompting the Army to test the entire stockpile. Anniston currently has 1.9 million pounds of mustard agent in storage, according to Michael Abrams, spokesman for Anniston Chemical Activity which oversees the incinerator. He anticipates the incineration of the mustard agent will begin in the next two years.

Unlike other incinerators around the country, most of the mustard agent in Anniston is contained in assembled weapons.  The Anniston Army Depot Restoration Advisory Board will meet on Monday sept 11th at 6pm at the Anniston City Meeting Center on Noble Street.  Officials say the quarterly meeting will discuss the progress of the groundwater contamination project at the Anniston Army Depot. 



Former Ashville teacher convicted in rape 

A St. Clair county jury of six men and six women found 34 year old Donnie McKay of Ashville Guilty Thursday morning of second-degree rape, second-degree sodomy and second-degree sexual abuse for having consensual sex with a female student with whom he developed a relationship in the spring of 2005. McKay faces two to 20 years each for the rape and sodomy convictions and up to a year for the misdemeanor sexual abuse conviction. He will face sentencing Oct. 3.


Schools gear up for football 

High School 
Area high schools are gearing up for the kickoff of the 2006 high school football season.  Friday night the Jacksonville Golden Eagles open their season at Weaver,  you can hear that game live on
Alabama 810 with the pre game show beginning at 6:30pm from Bearcat Stadium.  Other games include Alexandria at Oneonta, Lyman Ward at Donoho, ASD at Jacksonville Christian, Woodland at Piedmont, Cherokee County at Pell City, Spring Garden at White Plains, Clay County and Handley, Lineville at Cleburne County.


Thursday night results: 

Oxford 39  Anniston 13

Wellborn 14  Saks 6

Ohatchee 33  Jefferson Christian 0

Talladega 27  Lincoln 12 


Jacksonville State vs Furman at 12:30pm Saturday.  Hear the action live on Alabama 810.

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