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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News 

  • Calhoun County records 13th homicide of the year
  • Anniston police investigate restaurant incidents
  • Nurses indicted in patients death
  • Etowah County tax bills delayed


Calhoun County records 13th homicide of the year 

Calhoun County recorded it’s 13th homicide this year with Tuesdays shooting death of an Anniston Man.   Calhoun County Assistant Coroner Marvin Southard said that 33 year old Titoriano Gaston, of Anniston, died Tuesday morning after being transported to Regional Medical Center and then airlifted to UAB.  He had been shot twice in the head.   Police arrested his girlfriend, 27 year old Ladonna Kenebrew, charging her with murder.  Anniston police say Gaston lived at the house on West 12th Street where he was found unconscious by police Tuesday. Police said they think no one besides the shooter and the victim were in the house at the time the shots were fired. Gaston's body will be sent to Huntsville for an autopsy.  


Anniston police investigate restaurant incidents 

Anniston police are investigating weekend incidents at four fast food restaurants in the city.   Police report that Two restaurants were robbed and two had people attempt to pay with counterfeit money. The robberies were reported at the Hardee’s on Quintard Ave. and at the Krystal on McClellan Blvd.   The Hardee’s robbery occurred around 10:15 Saturday night when A masked man with a handgun entered the restaurant, demanded money from employees and left with cash in a Bank bag.

At Krystal, an employee noticed a car parked near the front door just after the store closed around midnight on Sunday. He went out to tell the occupants that the restaurant had closed.  The employee was confronted by masked man with a black shotgun. The masked man then ordered the employee and the manager into the freezer while he took an undisclosed amount of cash. No one was reported injured in either incident. Also over the weekend, two people tried to use counterfeit bills at Wendy’s and a Sonic.   Police report that a $20 counterfeit bill was circulated at the Wendy’s on Quintard Ave. Friday and a 74-year-old woman tried to use a $10 counterfeit bill at the Sonic on Greenbrier Dear Road around lunch time on Monday.

Police are unsure if the customers at the restaurants even knew they were using fake bills.


Nurses indicted in patient death 

A DeKalb County grand jury has returned manslaughter indictments against two nurses in the death of a patient at Collinsville nursing home who allegedly had been given the wrong medication.  The jury returned a manslaughter indictment against 59 year old Cornelia Morrison, of Rainsville. Morrison was released on a $5,000 bond.  Officials would not say whether the second nurse had been arrested. Her name was withheld pending her arrest.  The two are charged in the death of 72 year old Cora Louise Gregory,  in August 2005 at Collinsville Nursing Home, where they worked at the time.  The indictment against Morrison charges her with giving the wrong medication and failing to seek medical assistance afterward. Gregory was taken to a hospital around 2 p.m. on Aug. 16 and died about a half hour after arriving. The sheriff said a nursing home worker allegedly told a paramedic that a nurse had given Gregory the wrong medication. 



Etowah County tax bills delayed 

Etowah County residents may receive their property tax bills a little later than usual this year.  The county has undergone an overall property appraisal this year. However, starting in 2007 the revenue department will appraise property each year instead of every four years. Preparing for the new system has forced Etowah County officials to delay sending appraisal notices up to six weeks according to Etowah County Revenue Commissioner Judy Pitts.  Pitts said that this year's delay is because the county went on a new state-issued manual. You have to make all sorts of changes in the computer programs, which takes a lot of time.  Notices usually are sent out in late September and taxes are collected beginning Oct. 1.  Pitts said this year's reappraisal notices should be sent by the last week in September and the board will begin reviewing appeals around Oct. 2.  Tax notices will be sent out around the last week in October, and collections will start in November.

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