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  • Bodies recovered in Coleman Lake in Cleburne
  • Jacksonville teen faces charges after chase
  • St. Clair murder suicide
  • Fireworks a go, everywhere but Anniston

 

Bodies recovered in Coleman Lake in Cleburne 

A 4-year-old girl and two adults drowned in Coleman Lake in the Talladega National forest in Cleburne County Wednesday night. Forest Service spokesman, Joe Nicholson said that the girl later identified by coroner Rudy Rooks as Electra Hembrick, drowned around 8 p.m. Wednesday and her body was recovered later Wednesday night. Crews began dragging the lake around 8 a.m. this morning and this afternoon recovered the bodies of. 24 year old Marcus Allan Smith,  of Temple, Ga., and 27 year old Shannon Vanwinkle, of Bremen, Ga. According to Smith’s family, another man and the 4-year-old’s mother were also at the lake with Smith and Vanwinkle Wednesday. Forest Service officials said that Coleman Lake is currently closed to the public until further notice. 

 

Jacksonville teen faces charges after chase 

A 19 year old Jacksonville teen has been charged with reckless endangerment by Jacksonville police and faces additional charges in Weaver and Anniston after leading police on a high speed chase Tuesday afternoon. Anniston, Weaver and Jacksonville police departments pursued a two-tone Honda in a chase that began around 3 p.m. when an Anniston policeman attempted a traffic stop for suspicion of narcotics possession in front of Anniston Middle School.  Police briefly lost sight of the Honda. A passenger who got out of the car was picked up by Anniston Police and later was released without being charged. The car’s driver ran after he abandoned the car on Lockette Drive in Jacksonville. Two hours later, 19 year old  Spencer Nicholson, of Jacksonville, turned himself in at the Jacksonville Police Department.   Nicholson is expected to face additional charges  in both weaver and Anniston. 

 

Sparks calls for Farm Disaster relief 

Throughout Alabama, farmers remain concerned as all 67 counties stay in severe or extreme drought conditions.  Although final financial damages due to the drought will not be determined for some time, it is clear that many farmers will suffer great losses.  Alabama Agriculture Commissioner Ron Sparks said “The drought of 2007 will probably go down in history as causing more Alabama farmers to go out of business than any other disaster. Sparks said that There is nowhere in the US that has this level of drought that Alabama is experiencing. Sparks said the state needs   a disaster relief program for drought in Alabama.   Cattle farmers have sold more of their livestock in the month of June, 2007 than ever during that month in previous years.  Cotton crops that at one time had been thought to be able to survive beyond the rough spring are not expected to produce high quality bolls even with rain.  Many farmers planted corn this year hoping to reap the benefits from higher corn prices, but now almost all of the state’s corn is considered to be in poor or very poor condition.  Not only does the drought have a direct negative effect on farmers, but it affects the entire agribusiness industry as well.  Businesses such as cotton gins, storage warehouses, stockyards, transport companies, and shipping point sites will all feel the effects of the drought over time.  The agriculture industry in Alabama accounts for over $5.15 billion dollars in farm and forestry receipts. 

 

Fireworks a go, everywhere but Anniston 

Despite a temporary ban on personal and commercial fireworks shows in 33 counties, issued June 9 by the state fire marshal, only Anniston will not hold its annual fireworks show this year. Jacksonville and Heflin have both received state permission to go ahead with their displays. Jacksonville Fire Chief Mike Daugherty said the city has received approval from the Alabama Forestry Commission and the state fire marshal’s office.   Jacksonville’s show will begin close to 9 p.m. on Tuesday, July 3, just north of Pete Mathews Coliseum on the Jacksonville State University campus. Heflin Fire Chief Rudy Rooks said he received a permit from the fire marshal’s office after getting an exemption from the Department of Forestry. The Heflin show will be Saturday at 9 p.m. Anniston officials decided earlier this month to cancel the city’s traditional show. City Manager George Monk said The traditional location at the Woodland Park softball complex was considered hazardous. Oxford will hold their fireworks show at 9 p.m. Wednesday, July 4, at Oxford Lake Park.
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