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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Body in Riverside ruled homicide
  • Anniston man charged in ’06 home invasions
  • Attorney seeks election for Means senate seat
  • Woman arrested in attempted robbery after returning to the scene

 

Body in Riverside ruled homicide 

St Clair county Sheriff Terry Surles said late Thursday that An autopsy performed  on a man whose body was found Wednesday by fishermen near Riverside  concluded that his death was a homicide. Investigators are hoping that fingerprints sent to the FBI will identify the man today. The body was found  late Wednesday afternoon by the fishermen in a gas line clearing through a wooded area across U.S. 78 from Riverside Mini Warehouses, just a few hundred yards from Interstate 20. The victim was wearing a pair of light-blue Lee jeans and a blue belt with green stripes, but no shoes, socks or shirt. No identification was found on or near the body. Investigators described the man as 6 feet 2 inches tall and 225 to 235 pounds, with an untrimmed gray beard. His age is estimated as mid-50s to early 60s. The autopsy, performed Thursday at the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences in Huntsville, concluded that the man died as a result of a single, small-caliber gunshot wound to the head. The autopsy found no injuries other than the gunshot wound.  Investigator Billy Murray of the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Department said the man does not match descriptions of any missing persons reported from St. Clair or surrounding counties.

Forensics determined that the body had been at the place where it was discovered for four or five days.

 

 

Moody woman killed in I-20 wreck 

A three-vehicle accident early Thursday morning on Interstate 20 claimed the life of a Moody woman. State troopers say the accident occurred in the westbound lane of I-20 at the St. Clair/Jefferson County line, one-half mile west of Moody near 6 Thursday morning. One of the vehicles involved in the crash was an 18-wheeler, and troopers  said the driver kept going, leaving the scene of an accident. 53 year old Elizabeth McAfee Motch,  was killed and pronounced dead at the scene after her vehicle struck the median wall, overturned and she was ejected from her 2002 Mitsubishi Montero.  State troopers are still investigating the cause of the accident.         

 

Attorney seeks election for Means senate seat 

The  lawyer for a state Senate write-in candidate filed a court motion on Thursday to force a new election for the seat held by Sen. Larry Means of Attalla.  Birmingham attorney Mark White said he believes a vacancy exists for Means' seat, so he filed a motion in Montgomery County Circuit Court to compel Gov. Bob Riley to call an election.  White contends Means isn't qualified to serve after his Nov. 7 re-election because he didn't properly file election finance reports
White represents write-in candidate Jack Lowe Jr. and his wife, both of Gadsden.  Means said the secretary of state's office advised he didn't have to file campaign finance reports because he was unopposed in 2006. He did file waivers and after the Nov. 7 election filed a report on finance activity because of a Sept. 7 attorney general's opinion.  Secretary of State Nancy Worley certified the elections of 34 of 35 elected senators but did not certify Means' election.  White said Riley has no  choice.   Riley spokesman Jeff Emerson said Riley's legal counsel believes because Hunt didn't have to call a special election, Riley doesn't have to now. Emerson said that The Senate determines who's a senator, not the governor,. Means is one of seven Democrats who aligned with the 12 Senate Republicans ostensibly in Riley's favor. The Senate meets Tuesday to choose leaders and write rules. Montgomery County Circuit Judge Charles Price is to hear motions in the Means case and another lawsuit involving other state senators on Jan. 12.

 

Woman arrested in attempted robbery after returning to scene 

A Gadsden woman was arrested Wednesday night after making a purchase at a Gadsden convenience store.  The problem is, it was not the first time that 35 year old Jennifer Paige White had been in Kangaroo Convenience store on Rainbow drive. Back on December 11th she entered the same store, claiming to have a gun and demanding money.  The clerk at the store recognized her when she entered the store this week.  White, was charged with first-degree robbery after she was arrested Wednesday night by Gadsden police officers during a traffic stop. White lists a Huntsville address. She told police she has been staying at an area motel .
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