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  • Murder defendant found dead hours before trial to start
  • Anniston man holds family hostage with BB gun
  • New Bridge sought for Hwy 77


Murder defendant found dead hours before trial to start 

Authorities say that a 33 year old  Piedmont man accused of murder was found dead just hours before his trial was scheduled to begin in Calhoun County Circuit Court.   According to Calhoun County Coroner Patrick Brown, 33 year old Kenneth Elvis Naugher, also known as Paul Kenneth Naugher, died from  a gunshot to the head that appeared to have been self-inflicted.  The Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences took over the scene and would be conducting an autopsy later today. Naugher was reportedly at his mother’s house outside of Piedmont when the shooting took place. Naugher was accused of killing his stepfather and trying to kill his mother in October 2003. Police believe Naugher, who had legally changed his name from Paul Kenneth to Kenneth Elvis, 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. Naugher was indicted by a grand jury in March of 2003. Calhoun-Cleburne District Attorney Joe Hubbard said jury selection for Naugher’s trial was set to begin this morning with the trial set to get underway  this afternoon or Tomorrow.



Anniston man holds family hostage with BB Gun 

A man held three family members hostage for several hours Saturday night and early Sunday morning.  According to Anniston Police Chief John Dryden  the incident occurred on Blue Mountain.  26 year old Steve Parrish has been charged with Kidnapping, Wreckless endangerment, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.  According to the chief, it turned out that Parrish was armed with a B B Gun, but that officers were not able to determine that until after he was taken into custody.  Chief Dryden  said that Parrish will be transferred to the county jail sometime today.


New Bridge south on Hwy. 77 

There is good news for motorists who travel highway 77 between Southside and Rainbow City.  The Alabama Department of Transportation has committed $1 million for preliminary engineering for a project in hopes of securing federal matching money to replace the old two lane bridge across the Coosa river.  The projected cost of the new northbound bridge is $11.5 million. The state will be responsible for 20 percent of the total cost as a federal funding requirement for the bridge.
The new bridge would replace the 68-year-old, 23-foot-wide bridge that connects Southside to Rainbow City. Before construction of the two-lane southbound bridge, the narrow, now-northbound bridge handled traffic in both directions.  Officials say that about 23,000 vehicles cross the bridge a day.


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