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  • Three killed in I20 accident in Cleburne
  • Bains Gap Road now open
  • Court upholds conviction of former Lincoln Police Officer

Three killed in I20 accident in Cleburne 

Three people were killed Wednesday afternoon in a four-vehicle accident On interstate 20 in Cleburne County. State Troopers say that the accident occurred at the 211 mile marker , 12 miles east of Heflin, Closing the interstate in both directions for several hours forcing the rerouting of traffic onto U.S. 78 in Heflin and in Bowdon, Ga. Investigating officers said that, an eastbound tractor-trailer ran up on a traffic jam and couldn’t get stopped in time to avoid hitting an eastbound passenger vehicle in front of it. Both vehicles careened across the  median, where they collided with two westbound tractor-trailers. Both eastbound vehicles caught fire. The two occupants of the passenger vehicle and the sole driver of the truck were killed. Cleburne County Coroner Rudy Rooks said he was working to identify the victims Wednesday night. He said the exact causes of death also could not be released. The driver of one of the westbound trucks was seriously injured and was transported by ambulance to Regional Medical Center. Emergency crews worked throughout the night and were able to re-open the interstate near 3 this morning.



Bain's Gap Road now open 

Bains Gap Road was officially opened Thursday morning with a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by local officials. Alabama 810 Audio Commission Chairman Pappy Dunn at Ribbon Cutting...




Court upholds murder conviction of former Lincoln Police Officer

The Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the 2005 murder conviction of former Lincoln Police Officer Kenneth Pollard in a unanimous decision. Pollard was convicted of the June 2003 beating death of Wayne Earl Ellis from Louisiana who ended up in Lincoln by mistake. Pollard’s supervisor, former Sgt. Kevin Jung, has also been indicted for murder, but is awaiting trial. According to the ruling, Pollard’s appeal was based on his belief “that the trial court erred in denying his motion for a judgment of acquittal … because … the evidence was insufficient to sustain his conviction for murder.” Specifically, Pollard argues that there was insufficient evidence that he intended to cause the death of the victim and that the trial court should have granted his motion for a judgment of acquittal. The appeals court disagreed. “In this case,” the ruling states, “the state presented sufficient evidence from which a jury could have reasonably inferred that Pollard acted intentionally. A witness testified that Pollard struck Ellis in the head with a flashlight, a deadly weapon, and that Pollard and Sgt. Jung appeared to continue hitting Ellis after he fell to the ground. Pollard was sentenced by Circuit Judge Julian King to 22 years in prison. Jung, will most likely face a jury in March, according to Talladega County District Attorney Steve Giddens.

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