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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Law Enforcement Memorial Day
  • Anniston receives EPA Grant
  • Randolph County man pleads guilty to parents deaths
  • Former deputy indicted


Law Enforcement Memorial Day 

Calhoun counties’ fallen lawmen were honored Tuesday afternoon in ceremonies at Anniston’s memorial park. Listen to the special audio feature...


Anniston receives EPA grant 

The City of Anniston has been granted a $200,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to clean up the former site of Chalk Line Manufacturing Inc. on West 11th Street.  The property has been deteriorating since the company declared bankruptcy in 1993 and shut its doors in 1994. The historic mill complex became a hangout for vagrants and the site of frequent fires. It now largely has been reduced to rubble. A press release from the EPA  said the grant award would help clean up arsenic, polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons and PCBs. The city acquired the property in 2003. Anniston City Manager George Monk estimated the $200,000 award likely would pay for about half the cleanup needed at the site.



 Randolph County man pleads guilty to parents deaths 

A Randolph County man pleaded guilty Monday in the 2002 killing of his father and stepmother when they wouldn’t let him go out with friends. Travis Head was sentenced to two consecutive life terms in prison and a 10-year sentence for promoting prison contraband.

Head originally was charged with capital murder but the charges were reduced because he was 16 years old at the time of the killings, and the U.S. Supreme Court has since ruled that minors cannot be executed. Jones said Head agreed not to seek parole until he has served 20 years of his sentence. He forfeited credit for time he already has served in custody and agreed that any money made directly or indirectly from the couple’s death would be turned over to other family members.

Head admitted to killing Michael and Vicki Head his father and stepmother, on Aug. 17, 2002, after they refused to let him go out with friends one Saturday night, according to the documents. Head allegedly shot the couple with a pistol in a rural portion of Randolph County near Wedowee.


Former deputy indicted 

A St. Clair county grand jury has indicted a former St. Clair County Sheriff’s Department undercover narcotics officer on drug charges.  30 year old Jason Kelly,  was indicted on two counts of attempting to possess a controlled substance by a Northern Division grand jury, which convened two weeks ago. Kelly resigned from the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Department in October after he was arrested on two counts of attempting to possess a controlled substance, Class C felonies. The St. Clair District Attorney’s Office and judges recused themselves from the case because of their close relationship to the defendant, who was in contact with both when he worked with the Sheriff’s Department. Former Talladega County Assistant District Attorney Barry Matson, who works with the Alabama Office of Prosecution Services, was appointed by the state Attorney General’s Office to prosecute the case. He said the Administrative Office of the Courts will appoint a circuit judge outside the St. Clair County jurisdiction to preside over the criminal case. Kelly is expected to appear in court June 19 for his arraignment. According to court documents, Kelly allegedly called two pharmacies on or about Aug. 15. He reportedly pretended to be a doctor when he phoned in a prescription for himself at both pharmacies – one in Odenville and another in Ashville.

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