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  • Suspect leads police on chase
  • Arrests made at flea market for selling bootleg CD’s
  • Goodyear seeks court costs from retired employee
  • Woman burns house trying to kill mosquitoes


Suspect leads police on chase 

Gadsden police say that a man suspected of shooting into his ex-girlfriend's car at a restaurant on Rainbow Drive and ramming her car while she sat inside in a different incident led officers on a chase Tuesday while driving the car he had allegedly stolen from her a short time before.  20 year old Vantenza Larod Coats, of Gadsden, was charged Tuesday with at least 11 misdemeanors, several of which stemmed from Tuesday's chase. During the chase police said, he caused another vehicle to wreck and then was stopped after he turned down a dead-end street in South Gadsden. Other misdemeanor charges stem from an incident Thursday originally investigated as a hit-and-run accident but which later was determined to be an intentional act. Coats drove his car and hit the 17-year-old girlfriend's parked car while she was sitting in it on Third Avenue. He allegedly went to the Rainbow Drive Subway, where she works, about noon Friday. After approaching her inside the restaurant, he went outside and fired a shot into her car. Misdemeanor warrants for criminal mischief and reckless endangerment were obtained and police officers in Gadsden had been looking for Coats since Friday. 


Arrests made at flea market for selling bootleg CD’s 

The Etowah County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested three vendors at the Mountain Top Flea market north of Attalla Sunday after deputies went to the flea market with representatives from the Recording Industry Association of America. In addition to the three arrests, officers confiscated seven hundred bootlegged CD’s.



Goodyear seeks court costs from retired employee 

A retired employee from Goodyears Gadsden plant who won nearly $4 million in her pay discrimination lawsuit against tire Company before the decision was reversed on appeal is now being billed for legal expenses by the tire maker.  Goodyear's attorneys have sent 69 year old Lilly Ledbetter a bill for almost $3,200 for logistical expenses related to the lawsuit.  Ledbetter said she doesn't have the money to pay it and is astonished that Goodyear would ask. Ledbetter's attorney, Jon Goldfarb, said such court costs are common in civil cases, where the losing side is typically responsible for some expenses. but, he said, she thought that after all she has gone through Goodyear might let it go.  Ledbetter's husband has cancer and is undergoing surgery this week. She said she didn't know how she would come up with the money. She said an advocacy group has contacted her about helping pay the fees, but she said she might go back to work if necessary. 


Woman burns house trying to kill mosquitoes 

A Gadsden woman said she was trying to rid a mosquito problem when she set fire to the house next door to her home on South Eighth Street. 59 year old Sherry Simmons, has been charged with second-degree arson. Simmons, an administrative assistant at Gadsden State Community College,  allegedly used an accelerant at the back of the house and set the fire. She claimed mosquitoes were bad at the house and complaints to owners and authorities were not addressed. Nobody was living in the house at the time of the fire.

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