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  • Body found in Talladega County
  • Cleburne wreck victims identified
  • Work halted on Lincoln development


Body found in Talladega County 

Talladega County officials are investigating a body found in the woods off of County Road 188 near the Logan Martin dam on Sunday afternoon. Police say the body of a white male appearing to be in his 20’s was discovered around 2 O’clock.  Authorities say that the body appeared to have been there between 24 and 36 hours.  Authorities are not releasing the cause of death however an autopsy has been ordered.   



Cleburne wreck victims identified 

Alabama State Troopers have released the names of the victims killed in last Wednesdays feiry four vehicle collision on interstate 20 in Cleburne County killing three people and injuring one other.  Troopers identified the victims as 61 year old Donald Ray Jones of Zebulon Georgia who was driving a 2006 international truck struck by a 2002 Buick Lesabre.  Both occupants of the Lesabre were killed when the vehicle burst into flames, they were identified as the driver 72 year old Curtis E. Garrard of Boaz and his 73 year old passenger, Lillie Craven of Ragland.  Two other trucks were involved in the accident, one of the drivers, 54 year old Billy R. Moore of Walstonburg North Carolina was taken to regional medical center for treatment of his injuries.   Troopers say that the accident remains under investigation.  Officials said that it took investigators several days to determine the identities of the victims as the bodies were severely burned. 


Work halted on Lincoln development

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has halted shoreline work in a new residential development located along Choccolocco Creek in Lincoln because of possible PCB contamination concerns. Marilyn Phipps, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District spokesperson, said the corps issued a “cease and desist” order to Lake Point developers after workers allegedly dredged along shoreline of the new residential subdivision. Phipps said developers failed to obtain proper permits and feared dredging operations could have disturbed possible PCB contaminants buried along Choccolocco Creek. The area dredged by the developers is within the 48-mile site from Calhoun County to Logan Martin Lake federal environmental experts say was exposed to PCBs. Since the mid 1930s, Solutia Corporation, formerly Monsanto Company, dumped PCBs, also known as polychlorinated biphenyls, onto the ground and into water until PCBs were banned in the U.S. in 1979. Through Snow and Choccolocco creeks, PCBs from the Anniston plant have found their way as far west as Logan Martin Lake. Soil samples collected last week will help determine if PCB contaminants are present in soil moved by workers at Lake Point subdivision in Lincoln. If high levels of PCB contaminants are found in soil samples, officials say the company could be brought into the costly PCB cleanup effort.

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