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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Former candidate for Governor to stand trial
  • Anniston stabbing
  • Etowah deputies injured in chase
  • Jacksonville/JSU Spring Fling a success


Former Candidate for Governor to stand trial 

A former independent candidate for Alabama Governor is scheduled to stand trial later this month.  James Ray Phipps was arrested by federal authorities a year ago at an Anniston post office and returned to Texas where he is facing Mail fraud, wire fraud, money laundering and income tax offenses.  Prosecutors say that if he is convicted, Phipps is facing a maximum statutory sentence of hundreds of years in prison, millions of dollars in fines and restitution to the victims of his crimes.  Prosecutors say that Phipps ran a pyramid scheme known as “Life without Debt, from June 1996 until June 2006.  Federal prosecutors claim that Phipps defrauded investors out of 21 million dollars.  At the time of his arrest Phipps claimed that powerful forces in Alabama had caused his indictment and incarceration to keep his name off the ballot.  Phipps trial is set to begin April 16th at the U.S. District Court in Dallas Texas.


Anniston stabbing 

Anniston police say they have a suspect in custody in  the Saturday morning stabbing death of A Blue Mountain man.  Authorities say that 46 year old Terry Lee Hamilton  was fatally stabbed around 1 a.m. Saturday near his home on Leyden Street. According to Anniston Police , Hamilton had been involved in a fight. The man suspected of stabbing him is in police custody, however authorities have not released his name.


Etowah deputies injured in chase 

Two Etowah County Sheriffs deputies were injured during a high speed chase late Friday night which ended when the suspect wrecked on interstate 59. 39 year old Gerald Dewarren Stovers,  of Centre was on probation in Cherokee County on drug charges.  He now faces driving under the influence and several traffic violations related to the chase.The chase began in the Keener community on U.S. 11 North where deputies had set up a road block. Stovers apparently was driving at a high rate of speed and didn't stop at the road block.  Deputies began chasing him south on U.S. 11 toward Reece City, Stovers forced Deputy Ben Greene off the road, causing him to wreck.  Deputy Josh Morgan was in front of Stover's car in an attempt to get him to stop, and the man kept ramming the patrol car in the rear. Stover then drove his car off the side of the road and passed the patrol car. The man then turned at the four-way stop in Reece City and got on the interstate, headed south toward Attalla.  Several deputies and Attalla police officers were involved in the pursuit when deputies used three patrol cars to box in the man's car on the left side of the road.
The man then lost control of the car and wrecked in the median, just north of the Attalla exit.  Greene, Morgan and Stovers all were taken to Gadsden Regional Medical Center. The deputies were released and Stovers was taken to the Etowah County Detention Center.



Jacksonville/JSU Spring Fling a success 

Officials with the City of Jacksonville and Jacksonville state university said Saturday that they were very pleased with the attendance of their first annual spring fling.   The full week of events which culminated this weekend was designed as an event to bring JSU alumni into the city for a spring event much like the fall homecoming event for football.  Highlighted by the JSU J day football game, alumni as well as locals and other visitors to the city enjoyed events on the square which included a bar b que rib cookoff.  Trophys were awarded in two divisions, professional and backyard.  In the professional category, courthouse café took first place followed by the ABC 33/40 cooking team in second and Golden Rule Bar B Cue finished third.  In the backyard division, Chris Patterson, the manager of the Jacksonville wastewater plant took first place while Calhoun county commissioner J.D. Hess took second and the team from Clearbranch united Methodist church in Argo finished third.

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