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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Woman arrested in ballgame shooting
  • Oxford man lands plane on I-20
  • Man holds police at bay in Oxford Motel
  • Gadsden man charged with murder

 

Woman arrested in ballgame shooting 

Oxford police have arrested 19 year old Angel Lajuan Rudolph of Anniston in connection with a shooting at Thursday’s Anniston-Oxford football game. Rudolph turned herself in at the Oxford Police Station Friday afternoon.   She has been charged with possession of a firearm on school grounds, a felony, and soon may face other charges. Rudolph was released on a $10,000 bond Friday night.   Police said she fled the scene where several shots were fired, outside the stadium during the third quarter of the game. Players and fans dove for cover, and the game was halted for seven minutes.  21 year old Toavera Hawkins, of Anniston, was injured in the shooting. He has since been released from Regional Medical Center.   Three minutes after the shooting, police arrested 21 year old Elzon Rudolph, of Anniston. He remains in the Calhoun County Jail, charged with first-degree assault, a felony. No bond had been set.  Police say that Elzon Rudolph also may face other charges, possibly for federal crimes.  Police say they are not sure of the motive behind the shooting, but described it as “a domestic incident.”

 

Oxford man lands plane on I-20 

An Oxford man made a runway out of interstate 20 Sunday morning when he was forced to land his small plane when the engine failed.  Leroy Sears said that the engine in his single engine Cessna failed at about a thousand feet forcing him to use the interstate near Pell City.  Sears and a passenger were not injured.  Officials said the pilot was extremely lucky as traffic allowed the plane the room to set down of the busy section of interstate.  The plane was towed off the highway to a nearby field.

 

 

Man holds police at bay in Oxford Motel 

Oxford police say they expect to arrest a man who fired several shots from his motel room through the walls into other rooms early Saturday morning, injuring only himself and holding police at bay for more than three hours.  Near 3:45 a.m. Saturday morning, 44 year old John George Paine Jr. of Anniston, fired several shots from a 9-mm semi-automatic pistol through the walls of a room at the Econo Lodge, just south of Interstate 20.  Paine fired four more shots after officers arrived on the scene.   Catherine Faye Baker, of Anniston, was in the room with Paine, and Police said Paine would not allow her to leave.  Eventually, around 7:30 a.m. Saturday morning, police persuaded Paine to give up his gun and allow Baker to leave.  Guests were evacuated from nearby rooms in the motel during the standoff. No one was injured, except for Paine.  Police said he appeared to have accidentally shot himself in the buttocks and was transported to Regional Medical Center.   Officers expect to arrest Paine when he is released from the hospital and when warrants are prepared. Police said Paine likely will be charged with discharging a firearm into an occupied dwelling, a felony, and reckless endangerment, a misdemeanor.  

 

Gadsden man charged with murder 

A Gadsden man turned himself in to police detectives Friday after a murder warrant was obtained in the shooting death of an acquaintance.  27 year old Edward Lavar King, has been charged with murder, according to Gadsden police.  King was booked in at the Etowah County Detention Center and held on a $25,000 bond.  23 year old Jason Snyder,  died Tuesday at Gadsden Regional Medical Center, where he was taken after the August 24th shooting.  Snyder was shot at least twice in the head outside a home on South Sixth Street near the downtown area by a man he allegedly had just stabbed.  The two men had argued several weeks prior to the shooting.  King told police Snyder stabbed him in the back and he pulled out a gun and started shooting to protect himself.  Etowah County District Attorney Jimmie Harp said after Snyder allegedly stabbed King, King followed him out of the house and allegedly shot him twice in the back. Snyder fell to the ground, and King allegedly stood over him and shot him twice in the back of the head.  As King allegedly was shooting at Snyder, a witness tried to stop him and was grazed by a bullet.  Harp said that "The new self-defense law broadens the circumstances in which self-defense can be used, but the facts of this case don't support that at all".  He said the new self-defense law addresses someone's duty to retreat and run away from trouble. King was treated for stab wounds at Riverview Regional Medical Center but left the hospital without being released.
 
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