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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Stolen money beginning to surface
  • Anniston Road Rage
  • Talladega man charged with murder of neighbor
  • Complaint filed against Etowah County Clerk 

Stolen money beginning to surface 

As Anniston police and the FBI continue their search for two men who robbed the AmSouth Bank in Saks last week, police believe some of the money taken in the heist has begun showing up in the registers of Anniston merchants.  Investigators said several merchants, including Wal-Mart in Anniston and an Exxon station in Lenlock, received “suspicious money” and reported it to police. Police have collected the bills, which are believed to have been tinted by exploding dye packs packaged with the stolen money, and turned them over to FBI agents. While investigators reviewed surveillance photos  recovered from the Exxon, they said the stolen money may have changed hands enough that the customers who used the money at the stores may have had nothing to do with the robbery.



Anniston Road Rage 

A driver in Anniston took road rage to the extreme Saturday when he shot an Oxford man  in the leg because he stopped too long at a stop sign on Moore Avenue.  The 28-year-old victim was driving in the 2300 block of Moore Avenue around 5:15 p.m. Saturday afternoon when he stopped at a stop sign. The man told police that when he stopped, the person driving the car behind him began yelling. The victim said he got out of the car and began arguing with the other driver, and the other driver told him he’d paused for too long. The victim told police the other man then shot him in the leg with an automatic handgun. The victim was treated for his injuries at the scene. Police say that they have the nickname of the suspect and expect to make an arrest on first degree assault charges early this week.  


Talladega man charged with murder of neighbor 

A 57-year-old Talladega man was formally charged with murder Monday morning after he allegedly shot and killed a neighbor Friday night. Ulysses Mayner, allegedly got into an argument Friday night with his neighbor 26 year old Bobby Leon Greene.   According to District Attorney Steve Giddens, witnesses saw Mayner go into his apartment and come out with a handgun. He then allegedly shot Greene twice. The weapon, an automatic handgun, was recovered. Mayner was arrested Saturday morning.  The cause of the initial argument remained unclear Monday afternoon. Greene’s is the first murder in the city of Talladega in 2007. There were four homicides in the city last year.  


Complaint filed against Etowah County Clerk 

Former Etowah County Commissioner Barry Gargus has filed a complaint with the Alabama Ethics Commission against Etowah County Circuit Clerk Billy Yates.  Gargus said he filed the complaint because of Yates' alleged interference in absentee voting in the November elections. Gargus has sent complaint letters to the U.S. attorney's office, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the secretary of state's office and the attorney general's office in connection with the election.
During last week's County Commission meeting, Gargus called for Yates to retire.  He said he had recorded conversations between Yates and him regarding absentee ballots.  A lawsuit filed by Gargus in November challenged the election he lost on Nov. 7 to Commissioner Jeff Overstreet. The suit was dismissed after Gargus filed a motion asking that it be dismissed.  Gargus said the election was not a fair race because Yates knew of about 47 uncounted absentee ballots that would have placed Gargus in the lead.


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