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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • JPA wants to go to Federal Court
  • Authorities recover Ragland murder weapon
  • Anniston attempted robbery
  • Gadsden “Riverfest” to be NON SMOKING


JPA wants to go to Federal Court 

Attorneys for The Joint Powers Authority at McClellan are asking a federal judge in Birmingham to take over a lawsuit involving a failed land deal between the JPA and an Anniston City Councilman. Anniston attorney Donald Stewart and developer Jim Coxwell who filed the suit over an attempt to sell property to City Councilman Jeff Fink, saying they made a better offer. They have asked Circuit Judge Joel Laird to declare that the JPA does not legally exist and to appoint a receiver over McClellan property citing the lack of local legislation giving the JPA the authority to sell property.  The JPA says the question of whether it legally exists should be answered by a federal judge, since it was recognized by the federal government as an authority over McClellan in 1998. In response, Coxwell and Stewart asked U.S. District Judge Karon Bowdre, who is handling the JPA’s request, to send the case back to Circuit Court. They  contend the JPA  filed the motion because Laird refused to step down from the case.  Tuesday, Bowdre ordered the JPA to show in writing by May 15 why the case should not be sent back to Circuit Court. A 2001 consent order resolving a lawsuit against the JPA said the board has the authority to redevelop McClellan. The order anticipated passage of legislation to uphold the order, but the local legislative delegation has not pushed for passage of such legislation.  



Authorities recover Ragland murder weapon 

Divers recovered the gun allegedly used in the murder of a Talladega man from the waters at the foot of Neely Henry Dam in Ragland Wednesday afternoon.

Divers from the Calera Police Department searched an area at the foot of the dam until they found the gun.  Investigators called in the divers to conduct the underwater search after learning where the suspected murder weapon might be.

Investigators said that one of the people questioned in the course of the investigation told us the gun had been thrown off the dam.

Investigators said that Anthony James Crowe, the suspect charged with capital murder in the case, was not the one who threw the gun into the water. Investigators were told  (Crowe) sold the gun to a friend after the shooting and the person who bought the gun is the one who threw it off the dam and has cooperated completely with authorities to locate the gun.

The gun, a .380 automatic handgun still in its holster will be taken to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences for further examination.  


Anniston attempted robbery 

Anniston police arrested two men Wednesday afternoon, just hours after they attempted to rob a woman in the parking lot of the Jack’s restaurant on McClellan Boulevard. The 41-year-old victim was headed to her car around 1:50 p.m. Wednesday afternoon when she was approached by two men in a Chrysler PT Cruiser, one of the men pulled out a handgun and demanded money. She told the men she didn’t have any money and they drove off. A witness jotted down the Cruiser’s license plate number and police arrested two suspects about three hours later. 18-year-old Gregory Markelle Hubbard of Anniston was charged with felony robbery in the first degree. A 17-year-old also was arrested and charged with the same offense but his name was not released.


Gadsden “Riverfest” to be NON SMOKING 

The smoking ordinance passed by the Gadsden City Council in March and amended in April prohibits smoking on and within 20 feet of property owned, leased or controlled by the city.  The ordinance, which went into effect May 1, gave restaurants the option of being smoke free or allowing smoking, but does not allow smoking or non-smoking sections in restaurants.  The City council Tuesday approved leasing for $1 the property where Riverfest will take place, to the Chamber of commerce for Etowah County, which sponsors Riverfest.  Therefore making the event a non smoking event under the cities smoking ordinance.  Riverfest organizers said that no smoking signs will be posted at all entrances to inform patrons that the event will be a NON SMOKING event.

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