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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Alexandria teen killed in Jacksonville shooting
  • Ranburne woman killed in Cleburne accident
  • Caseload increased at rehab center
  • Trial of former Gubernatorial candidate ends first week


Alexandria teen killed in Jacksonville shooting 

An Alexandria teen has died after being shot early this morning at a Jacksonville apartment.  Officials say that 17-year-old Justin Cody Martinez who worked at the Jacksonville Sonic was at his girlfriend’s apartment at the time of the shooting.  Police have arrested 21-year-old Yahshua Caldwell of Anniston charging him with murder. 

Ranburne woman killed in Cleburne accident 

Cleburne County recorded its third traffic death this month Thursday morning.  Alabama state troopers report that 68-year-old Betty White Farlow of Ranburne  was killed Thursday morning when her 1998 Ford Escort left the roadway on Cleburne County Road 10 and fell down an embankment. Troopers said that the accident occurred in a light rain just before 9 a.m. Thursday.  



Caseload increased at Rehab center 

With the first 35 clients moving out of their first phase of treatment at Calhoun Counties new drug rehab center in Anniston, the Calhoun County Commission Thursday voted to increase the case load at the center, located in the former Anniston star building.  Officials say that the goal is to have from 80 to 100 people in the treatment program at a given time.  The clients are ordered by the courts to attend the program and many are inmates at the county jail.  Officials say they hope to have a thousand people completing the program every year. 


Trial of former Gubernatorial candidate ends first week 

Jim Phipps, an independent candidate for Alabama governor until his arrest a year ago in on federal charges, is ending the first week of this trial in a Dallas Texas Federal Courtroom.  Federal prosecutors allege in a 22 count indictment, that Phipps swindled millions of dollars from thousands of people over 20 years through a series of pyramid schemes, including a program called Life Without Debt that he ran from 1996 until 2001.  Retired U.S. Postal Service Inspector Steven Caver testified during the first week of the trial that he helped the post office win a series of injunctions and cease and desist orders against Phipps.  Phipps even sued the postal service last year alleging that Caver and other investigators violated his civil rights by trying to stop his use of the mails.  The federal charges are the first that Phipps has faced after plying his trade for two decades.  Robert Fitzpatrick, a lawyer and pyramid scheme expert from Charlotte, North Carolina said that Phipps is facing federal charges only because he’s a rogue and attracted too much attention to himself.  As a candidate for president in 2000 and a candidate for Alabama governor last year, he gained notoriety thru anti government writings arguing that taxes are voluntary.  Prosecutors said that Phipps enticed 20 thousand people to send him 21 million dollars from June 1996 until august 2001 in his life without debt program.  Phipps has declined to discuss the charges thru his attorney who argued in his opening statement Monday that Phipps was simply trying to live the American dream.  His attorney said that the marketing businesses were legal because Phipps was selling a product, financial advice thru tapes and reading materials much like companies such as Amway and Mary Kay.  Phipps is also facing racketeering charges in Florida as well as questions and consumer complaints from attorney generals around the country.  Prosecutors in Dallas say they expect Phipps trial to conclude early next month.

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