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  • Fire destroys Anniston night club
  • Murder trial of Piedmont man to begin this week
  • Package of traffic related bills planned


Fire destroys Anniston night club 

Investigators with the State fire marshals office and the federal bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms are investigating a fire which destroyed the Back Roads night club on Wilmer Avenue, early Saturday morning.   The building formerly was operated as Dee Fords, and is owned Dewey Lankford.   13 firefighters from the Anniston Fire Department responded to a call at 5:46 a.m. Saturday morning and had  the fire out within 30 to 45 minutes. Officials say that the fire was concentrated in the center of the two-story building.



Murder trial of Piedmont man to begin this week 

Trial is scheduled to begin this week for A Piedmont man accused  in the October 2003 murder of his stepfather and the attempted murder of his mother. 33 year old Paul Kenneth Naugher, is charged with  one count of murder and one count of attempted murder for allegedly shooting Frances Fagan Parris and killing her husband, Eddie Parris. Police allege that Naugher, shot the couple as they slept in their Arrowhead Road home. Eddie Parris died of his wounds, but Frances Parris survived, spending about three weeks in the hospital. Prosecutors said delays with forensic and ballistic evidence have held up the proceedings over the past two years. 


Package of traffic related bills planned 

A package of ten bills will be presented to the Alabama House of Representatives March 6th. They would limit teen drivers to one passenger per vehicle, ease restrictions on city police officers patrolling the interstate, and eliminate loopholes in prosecuting DUI cases.  The bills are endorsed by the State Safety Coordination Committee, a body of lawmakers and officials from the Alabama Departments of Public Safety and Transportation.  Springville Republican Jim McClendon heads the committee and said he hopes the new traffic laws will be adopted. He believes they can bring down what he describes as a disproportionately high number of accident related injury and death in the state, particularly among Alabama's youngest drivers.  Under the proposed changes drivers under the age of eighteen would be limited to one passenger per car and prohibited from using cell phones while operating a motor vehicle.There are also bills to make seatbelts mandatory for all passengers regardless of their age or position in a vehicle and a proposal to increase fines for non-compliance to fifty dollars.  Lawmakers also want to toughen penalties for driving without a license or while extremely intoxicated.  Right now the blood alcohol limit is .08, the planned legislation would raise it  .15 to have much more severe penalties. McClendon says the legislative package will also eliminate a gray area in Alabama law by making prior alcohol offenses admissible in DUI cases.  For the first time it would also allow police officers from smaller cities to patrol the area of interstate in their jurisdiction and no longer require law enforcement officers to witness a traffic infraction before making an arrest.

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