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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Little wants to dismiss warrants
  • Militia members plead guilty
  • St. Clair murder suicide
  • Man charged in death of Cropwell woman


Little wants to dismiss warrants 

Anniston city councilman Ben Little says he wants to dismiss thousands of warrants against individuals who did not pay their garbage.  Officials say that over 40% of the cities residents failed to pay the garbage fees and the city issued warrants after they  failed to respond to collection attempts.  Little said he plans to bring the issue up at the next meeting in two weeks.


Militia members plead guilty 

Four men linked to a militia group told a judge Tuesday they were not planning to attack illegal immigrants, but they were stockpiling weapons for fear of terrorism. The men pleaded guilty to federal weapons charges and charges they conspired to make grenades. Appearing before U.S. District Judge U.W. Clemon were Raymond K. Dillard, Adam Lynn Cunningham, and James Ray McElroy, all of Collinsville; and Randall Garrett Cole, of Gadsden. Agents with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said the men were part of the Alabama Free Militia group, but the men maintained they were not an organized group. Dillard, described as the militia major, told Clemon in Birmingham's federal court they got together and made some hand grenades. A confidential informant who infiltrated the group learned that they planned to conduct a "raid" on a group of illegal Mexican immigrants who were firing automatic weapons in the Birmingham area, according to a plea agreement. Dillard told the judge they stockpiled weapons because they were scared there might be another terrorist attack. Other defendants gave reasons for stockpiling grenades that ranged from a declining economy to the possibility of martial law. The men face sentencing at a later date. Another co-defendant, Bonnell Hughes of Crossville, pleaded guilty Monday. Dillard, who has a prior conviction in Mobile, could face up to 50 years in prison and fines of up to $1.5 million. The other men could face 10 years to 25 years and fines of up to $750,000.


St. Clair murder suicide 

A Springville man, accused of shooting and killing his wife Monday in the Friendship community remains in a Birmingham Hospital after turning the gun on himself.

St. Clair County Coroner Dennis Russell pronounced 59 year old Linda Jean Fantaye, dead at 7 p.m.Monday evening.   Russell said Fantaye had been shot at least twice, once in the arm and once to the upper body. Sheriff’s deputies found her husband, 47 year old Wondusen Fantaye, lying on the kitchen floor with what they say appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the abdomen.  Chief Investigator Joe Sweatt said they were treating the incident as a murder-attempted suicide. Sweatt said the shooting incident appeared to have stemmed from a domestic dispute between the couple. Sheriff Terry Surles said neighbors reported that Linda Jean Fantaye had run from the house after they heard the shots and collapsed about 30 yards away in a neighbor’s yard. Surles said the weapon used in the shooting, a .38-caliber handgun, was recovered at the scene. Wondusen Fantaye was transported to University Hospital in Birmingham to undergo surgery. And remains in the hospitals intensive care unit.  


Man charged in death of Cropwell woman 

A Pell City man has been arrested after a grand jury indicted him for manslaughter and the vehicular homicide of a Cropwell woman. 22 year old Blake Alan Brown, was indicted on the two counts by the grand jury that convened in Pell City two weeks ago.  Brown is accused of recklessly causing the April 18 death of 57 year old Rosea Mae Beavers of Cropwell. Beavers was killed  April 18th  on U.S. 231 when the Ford Focus she was driving was struck by a runaway barge that Brown was towing.  Brown said he hit a bad dip along U.S. 231, which could have caused the trailer to come lose and snap the safety chain. If Brown is convicted of manslaughter, a Class B felony, he could be sentenced to two to 20 years in prison. If he is convicted of homicide by vehicle, he could face a one- to five-year sentence and be fined $500 to $2,000.

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