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  • Chemicals found in abandoned school
  • Man charged with rape released on bond
  • State School Board adopts nepotism policy


Chemicals found in abandoned school 

The Gadsden Fire Department and the Gadsden Police Department's bomb squad were called Thursday to the old Gadsden High School building, where a chemical was found.  Officials say that Picric acid was found in the abandoned school. The chemical is often found in high school chemistry labs. The chemical is in liquid form, but officials said if it dries out and becomes crystallized, it becomes an explosive.
A local chemical company was notified and there are plans for a chemist from Atlanta to come to Gadsden and deactivate the chemical. The chemical then will be stored at the chemical company.  


Man charged with rape released on bond 

A man accused of raping an autistic teenage girl at a group home was again released from the St. Clair County Jail on bond.   52 year old Dan Charley,  of Pell City was released from jail after posting a $30,000 property bond. Charley is accused of the first-degree rape of a 17-year-old autistic female living at the Charlie Angels Ministry Group Home, a home the defendant founded and was director of at the time of the alleged rape.  Charley was released shortly after his arrest on June 7, 2006, on a $30,000 property bond, but St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge Charles Robinson revoked his bond Monday.  Robinson said in court Thursday that the property used for Charley’s bond is involved in bankruptcy. He told Charley on Monday if he could put up other property to support another bond he could make bond again. However, Charley was required to see Robinson prior to his release from jail.

Robinson told Charley he wanted to make sure he understood the conditions of his bond.  He told Charley he could not go to any schools and must remain in the jurisdiction of the court.  If convicted of first-degree rape, Charley could face a sentence of 10 years to life in prison.


State School Board adopts nepotism policy 

The Alabama Board of Education has adopted a policy that severely restricts the hiring of relatives of board members and of top officials in the state's two-year college system.   Acting chancellor Thomas Corts says the anti-nepotism policy
adopted yesterday is the strongest of any state agency. Several board members complained that the policy was not strong enough. But all but one of the provisions of the policy passed on unanimous votes.   The board voted five to two to turn down an amendment by board member Stephanie Bell of Montgomery that would have prohibited all hiring of relatives of board members, the chancellor, vice chancellors and college presidents.  The board began working on the new policy after it fired former chancellor Roy Johnson last year amid allegations of corruption and reports that a number of Johnson's relatives worked in the system.  The new policy states that no relative of the chancellor, vice chancellors or board members may be hired or appointed president or to other equivalent top management positions in the system.

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