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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Anniston plant to close
  • Man arrested in Ragland death
  • Anniston councilman vows to investigate alleged loss of $2 million
  • Georgia evangelist files suit against City of Jacksonville

Anniston plant to close 

Anniston will be losing an industry at the end of this month putting some 73 employees out of work.  Anniston mayor Chip Howell made the announcement Tuesday night that Sentinel Consumer Products, which manufactures cotton swabs and cotton balls will close their Anniston plant at the end of May.  Sentinel is based in Mentor, Ohio. 


Man arrested in Ragland death 

A man whom investigators describe as a friend of homicide victim Wendell DeWayne Wheeles from Talladega, has been arrested and charged with capital murder in Wheeles’ death.   20 year old Anthony James Crowe, is accused of shooting Wheeles in the head and then attempting to burn the body. Sheriff Terry Surles said evidence shows Wheeles was still alive when his killer set him on fire, His partially burned body was found April 25 in Ragland. Investigators said the suspect is from Talladega, but he listed Bass Road in Ragland as his address when he was arrested.

Wheeles was found in a wooded area off Lot 3 Road in Ragland by a couple collecting aluminum cans. His wallet and car were missing, but investigators were able to identify him using fingerprints.  


Anniston councilman vows to investigate alleged loss of $2 million 

Anniston City Councilman Ben Little said Tuesday night that he is investigating the possibility that  $2 million may have been overspent on capital projects by the city.  Little made the comments during Tuesday nights city council meeting.   Mayor Chip Howell said the tracking of the money in the capital projects can be confusing.  Councilman Jeff Fink said Tuesday night that there have been cost overruns in capital projects, but he is unsure if it amounts to two million dollars as Little claims. 


Georgia evangelist files suit against City of Jacksonville 

A Hawkinsville, Georgia evangelist has filed suit in Federal Court accusing the city of Jacksonville of violating his right to freedom of speech, Violation of the due process clause of the 14th amendment, violation of the equal protection clause of the U.S. Constitution, violation of the right to free exercise of religion, and violation of the Alabama Religious freedom amendment.  Reverend Wesley Sewell alleges in the suit filed today in U.S. District Court in Birmingham that the cities speech code which prohibits any amplified speech that can be heard from beyond 10 feet away, is specifically enforced against religious speech.  Sewell claims in the suit that he was approached by the city police in March 2006 near the Jacksonville post office and was told he could not use the amplifier which police told him was in violation of the cities noise ordinance.  Sewell obeyed and shut down the amplifier.  This year he returned to the same spot and was told he had to shut his amplifier down and had to obtain a permit to share his faith on the public sidewalk.  The suit was filed on Sewells’ behalf by the Alliance Defense Fund.

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