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  • KFC cited for labor law violations
  • Douglas woman charged in Etowah chase
  • Intellimed purchase at McClellan delayed
  • Man arrested breaking into the Jail


KFC cited for labor law violations

A tip to state child labor inspectors in October has led to 52 separate labor violations being brought against the Fort Payne Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant.   The Fort Payne restaurant was one of four locations in north Alabama owned by F&F Foods, Inc. in Roswell, Ga. The Fort Payne location was charged with 52 of the 71 violations.    Chief Child Labor Inspector Robin Hancock said the state audited records from KFC restaurants in Anniston, Jacksonville and Oxford, as well as Fort Payne. The audits began on Oct. 24 and took several weeks to fully complete.  38 violations were issued for [children] who were working without a work permit. There were 14 violations for kids working late hours on a school night. Each offense is punishable with fines ranging from $100-$500. Officials said F&F Foods has taken the matter seriously. The company has decided to institute a mandatory 9:30 p.m. limit for their workers who are in school.  F&F had agreed to finance the installation of about 50 billboards designed to warn employers about potential child labor issues.



Douglas woman charged in Etowah chase 

A 22-year-old Douglas woman has been charged with attempted murder, among other charges, after leading Etowah county authorities on a high speed chase over the weekend. 22 year old  Crystal Wall Haisten, was charged with attempted murder, third-degree escape and first-degree theft Monday. Haisten, who had warrants in Blount County, was a passenger in a Ford Contour that was stopped at Mayo Road in western Etowah county. Officers pursued Haisten - along with a passenger in the car - for "several circles" on Mayo Road, then along U.S. Highway 278 West into Blount County.  She ended up striking a police  vehicle  resulting in  the attempted murder charge. Officers said she attempted to ram law enforcement vehicles several times during the chase, some times "head on."   The chase ended after Haisten wrecked the car in Snead. 


Intillimed purchase at McClellan delayed

Both the Joint Powers Authority and officials with Intellimed had hoped to close on a multi million dollar purchase of the former PX building at McClellan.  According to Intellimed president Bobby Foster the closing has been delayed due to environmental issues.  Anniston Mayor Chip Howell, vice chairman of the JPA said the JPA is working to address the issues involved.  The JPA marketing committee will recommend an extension of the contract to the full JPA board next Tuesday.  Foster said that an appraisal on the property has also forced Intillimed to scale back the first phase of their move to McClellan .  Foster said that Intillimed remains financially committed to the Mcclellan move. 


Man arrested breaking into the jail 

We always hear of people trying to break out of jail, but someone trying to break in.  Correctional officers at the Calhoun County Jail in Anniston apprehended a man inside the perimeter fence of the jail Sunday morning.  It seems that the man scaled the razor wire fence in an effort to turn himself in for an alleged warrant.  The man got his wish, the man was arrested for public intoxication and trespassing and got a spot in the jail as an inmate.

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