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  • Anniston murder suspect arrested in Virginia
  • Attempted rape suspect arrested
  • Burn ban lifted
  • Anniston Social Security office could move out of county


Anniston murder suspect arrested in Virginia 

One of the two suspects in last Friday's shooting in Anniston, which left one man dead and injured another, is in custody in Virginia.  The Henrico County Virginia Sheriff's Office arrested 52 year old William Bradford, Tuesday night on charges of first-degree murder and attempted murder. Bradford is being held in the Henrico County jail without bail awaiting extradition back to Calhoun County. Police continue  to search for  18 year old Quindarious Nofsinger, who is also wanted in connection with last Friday's shooting. Police are asking that anyone with information regarding Nofsinger's whereabouts call the Anniston Police Department at 238-1800.



Attempted rape suspect arrested 

A 29 year old  Anniston man has been arrested by Oxford Police in connection with an alleged attempted rape of a day camp counselor near the Oxford Civic Center. Benjamin Foster, has been charged by police with first-degree attempted rape. Foster was spotted in a car near the civic center around 3 p.m. Monday. Foster is a suspect in a July 2 incident in which a woman allegedly was grabbed around the waist and thrown to the ground before fighting off her attacker.  


Burn ban lifted 

The Alabama Forestry Commission on Tuesday downgraded a no-burn order in north Alabama to a fire alert and cleared counties in south Alabama to resume normal burning practices. Forestry officials said that the rain over the past few days has reduced the threat of catastrophic wildfire.  Lower temperatures also played a role in providing enough moisture to justify lifting the no-burn order. Under the fire alert, the state forestry commission will restrict issuing permits for outdoor burning. In north Alabama counties under the fire alert, trash and debris may be burned with caution. The commission said that the state is still facing abnormally dry conditions and urges residents to use all necessary safety precautions during any burning. The commission will continue to check ground moisture and may need to reissue fire alert and no-burn orders for cleared counties.  The north Alabama counties downgraded from no-burn to fire alert include: Calhoun, Cherokee, Clay, Cleburne, DeKalb, Etowah, RandolphSt. Clair, Talladega.  


Anniston Social Security office could move out of the county 

The General Services Administration has said they will be moving out of the current Social Security office in Anniston which serves five counties in east Alabama,  But the question is where will they move.  Officials say the GSA has rejected several sites in the downtown area of Anniston but had agreed on a site at McClellan.  Developer James Lloyd has a contract with the GSA to build the new office at McClellan, however the Anniston City Council Tuesday night  on a 3 to 2 vote, rejected a zoning initiative that would have allowed the construction at McClellan. Councilmen Little, Palmore and Bennett opposed the move to McClellan. Councilman Jeff Fink and Mayor Chip Howell supported the move.  As a result of Tuesday nights vote, the General Services administration is expected to look at other sites, some likely to be in the other five counties served by the office, which would move the social security office out of Calhoun County.

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