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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • New director named for National Guard Youth Challenge Academy
  • Talladega records first homicide of the year
  • Former Moody fire chief indicted
  • Two killed in Alexandria accident


New director named for National Guard Youth Challenge Academy 

Alabama National Guard Adjutant General Mark Bowen has tapped a retired Lt. Col. in the National Guard to head the Guards youth challenge academy at McClellan.  General Bowen made the appointment this morning and said that Lt. Col. Roger Cagle will assume the directors post next week.  Cagle, who is from Hamilton, Alabama, had served with the 1169th Engineering group prior to his retirement from the National Guard.  A national guard spokesman said that General Bowen is continuing to conduct interviews for the assistant directors position.  Bowen fired director Montaleto Irby and assistant director 1st Lt. Danny Crosby in March saying that they were not supporting the efforts of the academy’s instructional staff.  Col. Tony Wingo will remain as acting director until Lt. Col. Cagle assumes the post next week.  In this, its first year of operation, the youth challenge program in Alabama has faced setbacks losing all but 32 of the 117 students in its first class because of discipline problems including a fight in the academy cafeteria in January in which 12 students suffered minor injuries.  Guard officials said they are improving recruiting for the second session which is scheduled to get underway July 15th.  They are striving to have 125 students to start the second session. 


Talladega records first homicide of the year 

Talladega recorded its first homicide of 2007 Friday with  the death of A 26-year-old Talladega man was found shot to death  in his home Friday night after getting into an argument with a neighbor.  Police received a call to the  Long St., apartment near 8:30 Friday evening.  Officers found Bobby Leon Greene, the resident of that apartment, had been shot more than once with an automatic handgun. Greene was pronounced dead on the scene.   Police arrested a 57-year-old resident of another apartment in the same house shortly afterward. The suspect’s name is being withheld until his initial court appearance. The nature of the argument that led up to the shooting remained unclear Saturday afternoon. Greene’s shooting is the first homicide in the city of Talladega in 20



Former Moody fire chief indicted 

Former Moody Fire Chief Jeffery Allen Redwine, charged with seven counts of using his official position or office for personal gain, is free on a $25,000 bond.   Allen surrendered after a St. Clair County grand jury handed down an indictment against him. He is expected to be arraigned on the charges April 26. District Attorney Richard Minor said he requested the Alabama Bureau of Investigation examine allegations against Redwine after he was contacted by Moody Police Chief Johnny Kile, Moody Mayor Joe Lee and several city council members, who sought an investigation after Redwine resigned his position as fire chief. Minor said after asking questions and looking into the matter, he contacted the ABI with an official investigation request. Redwine,  resigned as Moody’s fire chief July 24, and the investigation was under way by mid-August.  If Redwine is found guilty, the charges against him, all Class B felonies, are punishable by a sentence of two years to no more than 20 years in prison.


Two killed in Alexandria accident 

Two people were killed Friday afternoon in a five-car accident near Alexandria Friday afternoon. Troopers say the wreck occurred just west of Alexandria on Alabama 144.  Killed were 39 year old Carrie McFall,   and 77 year old Edward Turner,  both  of Ohatchee. According to troopers reports, McFall, who was driving a Ford Explorer, was transported to Regional Medical Center, where she later died of her injuries. Turner, who was driving a 1990 Toyota, also was transported to RMC. Other drivers involved in the accident were Katrina Pope of Ohatchee, who drove a 2001 Buick; Kenneth Satcher of Jacksonville, driving a 2001 Toyota, and Mildred Brewster of Ohatchee, driving a 2003 Saturn, none of the three were injured. The accident is under investigation, the report said.

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