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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Murder suspect released on bond
  • Gadsden plant closing
  • Reward offered in Anniston rape
  • JPA suit


Murder suspect released on bond

A Pleasant Valley High School student accused of murdering her mother was released on bond Wednesday afternoon.  According to Calhoun County Sheriff Larry Amerson , 17-year-old Lindsey Danielle Morgan posted her fifty-thousand bond thru a bonding company around 1:30 Wednesday afternoon. Morgan is charged as an adult for the stabbing death of her mother Brenda Ingram. Police discovered Ingram’s body inside her Piedmont home on December 11. At the request of the sheriff’s department and school officials, a judge added stipulations to Morgan’s bond that bans her from entering a 97-square-mile-area in Calhoun County, which keeps her far away from Pleasant Valley High School. That request was made after local residents voiced their concerns over safety on the campus following Morgan’s arrest. Sheriff Amerson says this is a unique case. School officials say that even without the bond stipulations, Morgan would not be allowed back on campus, due to the nature of her charges. Morgan will also be required to wear a Global Positioning Device so that authorities will know her whereabouts at all times. She is scheduled to appear in court in February.



Gadsden plant closing 

Another area company has announced a plant closing which will leave 170 people without jobs.  Dixie-Pacific has announced they will be closing their manufacturing plant in Gadsden in February.  Dixie-Pacific was acquired by Fortune Brands in 2006. The company manufactures wood and fiberglass architectural columns, posts and railings.  Dixie-Pacific president Frank Glover said in a news release that the company will phase down and close in early 2008.  The phasing down of Dixie Pacific’s operations will occur over the next two months, with the final product shipments anticipated in mid-February.  Company officials said that employees will receive 60 days’ notification, severance pay after closing and outplacement assistance and assistance from state agencies.  The Corps' changes are similar to one made by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Nov. 20, when it raised the winter pool at Lake Martin from 480 to 483 feet.


Reward offered in Anniston rape 

The mother of a woman who was raped at gunpoint in Anniston on November Second has offered a $5,000 reward for the man who robbed and raped her daughter.  The womans  daughter and another woman were kidnapped at gunpoint early Nov. 2 in the Victoria Inn parking lot, where they were robbed and the daughter was raped before being released.  If caught, the suspect will face two counts of robbery in the first degree, two counts of first-degree kidnapping and one count of first-degree rape. The mother said anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 238-1414. Tips may be left anonymously.  


JPA suit 

Two men involved in a lawsuit against the Joint Powers Authority have asked that a circuit judge to rule, without a trial, that the JPA is not a legal entity. The suit asks the judge to strip the JPA of its authority to develop McClellan and appoint an unnamed "receiver" over the property. The judge in the case said Wednesday he will not set a hearing on the motion until after Jan. 2. The Joint Powers Authority has scheduled a called meeting at 8 a.m. Friday to discuss "pending legal matters". The lawsuit, filed against the JPA by Anniston Attorney Donald Stewart and developer James "Jim" Coxwell, involved a failed McClellan land deal. They contend that because the JPA is not recognized by any state law, that it's not legal and can not sell property. The JPA was recognized by the federal government as a local reuse authority. State Sen. Del Marsh, said he plans to introduce enabling legislation creating the JPA when the legislature convenes in February.


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