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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Anniston murder suspect surrenders
  • JSU student injured
  • Man flees from court charged with stealing handcuffs he was wearing
  • “Fightin’” words lead to blows in the state senate


Anniston murder suspect surrenders 

The search for a man suspected of stabbing an Anniston man to death ended Thursday afternoon when 35 year old Roosevelt Parker Jr of Anniston, turned himself in.  Police obtained An arrest warrant for Parker Wednesday afternoon after 49 year old Lemetro Kirksey,  died of a single stab wound at Regional Medical Center Wednesday morning.

JSU Student injured 

A student from Africa attending Jacksonville State University was taken to Regional medical center Thursday night after being struck by a car driven by another JSU student near the college campus.  According to Jacksonville Police,  the accident occurred at the intersection of Carolina street and Park Avenue near the JSU Campus.  Witnesses told police that the woman, who was dressed in dark clothing stepped into the intersection and was not seen by the cars driver.  The driver was not charged.


Man flees from court charged with stealing handcuffs he was wearing 

A DeKalb County man who ran from Gadsden City Court Thursday morning after being charged with contempt of court for intimidating a witness will now do time for disorderly conduct and theft of property. The theft charge was added because the handcuffs he was wearing when he fled belong to the city of Gadsden.
The man also faces felony escape charges in addition to the other charges, which are misdemeanors.  The handcuffs – were still on 28 year old Nicholas Alexander Brown, of Fort Payne  and were recovered shortly after Brown ran from City Hall into a wooded area off Albert Rains Boulevard.  Brown had run from the first floor of City Hall, where Judge Tom King was presiding over Gadsden City Court. Police officers gave chase on foot, and several law enforcement units arrived on the scene to help with the search. Brown was found in a wooded area with thick brush and turned over over to Gadsden officers. Brown ran after King sentenced him to five days in jail for contempt of court for intimidating a witness. Brown's wife had been found guilty of harassment. 


“Fightin’” words  lead to blows in the state senate 

Harsh words gave way to a punch being thrown in the Alabama Senate yesterday morning.   Session-long tensions boiled over as Republican Senator Charles Bishop of Jasper punched Democratic Senator Lowell Barron of Fyffe in the head before the two were pulled apart.    Bishop said he punched Barron after the senator called him a --quote-- "--- -- - -----." (S.O.B) GC Editor...Redacted... has virgin ears! No cussing here...even by punch drunk state senators.
   Barron denied saying that to Bishop. He said the Jasper senator used an expletive to him and he was trying to get away when he was hit by Bishop on the side of the head near an ear. The Senate later considered censuring Bishop and expelling him from the chamber for the remainder of the day, but Bishop said that wasn't necessary and walked out of the Statehouse, saying he was going home to Walker County. The fight came on the final day of the 2007 regular session of
the Legislature as Republican senators were using delaying tactics to force the Democratic leadership to bring up an election reform bill to ban transfers of campaign donations between political action committees.

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