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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Former Hobson City Police Chief sentenced
  • Anniston man receives federal prison sentence
  • Gadsden teacher suspended
  • Reward offered in arson cases


Former Hobson City Police Chief sentenced 

Former Hobson City Police Chief DARYL PARKER, was sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court to forty-six months in federal prison. Parker pled guilty to the charges of selling firearms to a convicted felon, and extorting money under color of official right to release an impounded vehicle. He was indicted in October, 2006.

Parker cooperated in the investigation after confronted with the allegations, and was remorseful for his choices in breaking the law. U.S. District Court Judge Lynwood Smith stated that a Police Chief is a position of trust, and that punishment should reflect the seriousness of the crime. Judge Smith also noted Parker’s cooperation and health condition. Therefore, forty-six months for each count will run concurrently. Parker will report to prison on June 27, 2007.


Anniston man receives federal prison sentence 

27 year old MARK ANTHONY TOYER , of Anniston, was sentenced Thursday to 235 months (over 19 years) for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. Toyer was indicted in August, 2006, convicted following a two-day trial in January 2007. He was in possession of a Jiminez Arms .380 caliber pistol and a Taurus .357 revolver and ammunition, after being previously convicted of manslaughter, assault second degree, possession of a controlled substance, and conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance.  U.S. District Court Judge Virginia Hopkins ordered that the federal sentence run consecutively to a state sentence that Toyer is currently serving. The sentence imposed by the State of Alabama for possession of a controlled substance and conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance ends in the year 2025. 



Gadsden teacher suspended 

Gadsden City Schools officials said a teacher at Ray Thompson Elementary was suspended with pay for the rest of the school year after an alleged altercation with an 8-year-old pupil.   second-grade teacher Susan Nailor was sent home May 3 after an incident involving a second-grader at Thompson. In a Gadsden police incident report, Jo Anne Collins, the boy's mother, stated Nailor "physically abused her son ... by grabbing and shaking him several times, then, jerked him up by his arm, leaving him dangling, then slammed him into a chair hard and pushing him against the head with an open hand, all while the child was screaming in pain."  According to hospital records, the student was treated and released the same day.  He was diagnosed with a cervical (neck) strain and prescribed pain medication.  Nailor had been brought in as a substitute in January 2006 and filled a vacancy in fourth grade after a class had to be split because of overcrowding.She later was put in charge of a second-grade class.
 Nailor had at least 18 to 20 years of experience in education, having taught in New York and, most recently, a Georgia school district.


Reward offered in arson cases 

Governor Bob Riley has issued a proclamation offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator(s) of the suspicious fires that have occurred in recent months in the Centre community. The Proclamation comes after a request was filed with the Governor’s Office by Cherokee County District Attorney Mike O’Dell.   Odell said that Centre Fire Chief Kevin Ware came to him informing him that there have been a total of 13 suspicious fires in Cherokee County in recent months, all of which have occurred in one general area-in and around, Gossett Street in Centre. At least six of those fires have been confirmed as arson. According to the Governors Proclamation, the reward is being offered to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator(s) of these arsons, provided that he, she or they have not been arrested at the time of the issuance of this proclamation, and entitlement to this reward shall include only private citizens and shall not include members of any government law enforcement agency or their blood relatives. Centre Fire Chief Kevin Ware said the investigation is at somewhat of a standstill, and the reward comes at an opportune time

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