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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Inmates escape from county jail
  • Anniston discussing challenging AG opinion
  • Accused former camp director commits suicide
  • New Habitat director named


Inmates escape from county jail 

Two minimum security inmates escaped from a work center at the Calhoun County Jail early Wednesday morning. The work center is a butler building located behind the regular jail that is used to house inmates that are approved to work around the facility, go to jobs and community service activities and to drug treatment activities.  The building is a regular office building without the normal jail security features.  Approximately 42 male inmates are housed in the facility with one officer.
     22 year old James Daniel Couch was re-captured near 9 Wednesday morning in the west end of the county. Authorities are still searching for 31 year old Jesse Lee Webb. Both men will be charged with escape and both were being held on burglary charges.  Sheriff Larry Amerson said one of the men was just weeks away from completing his sentence.

Anniston discussing challenging AG opinion 

Upset over their inability to fund scholarships for Anniston High School students, Anniston city councilman Ben Little told the city council Tuesday night that he feels the courts should decide. During the councils pre meeting Tuesday, Little suggested that a judge may have a different opinion than the Attorney General.  Mayor Chip Howell said the council wants to look at possible alternative.  The council was warned by the city attorney, Polly Russell, that they should not violate the attorney generals opinion that they could not directly or indirectly fund the scholarships with tax money.   The attorney general said that a statewide constitutional amendment would be needed to make the action legal by setting up a special tax to be used for the scholarships. 



Accused former camp director commits suicide 

A former St. Clair county youth camp director, who was scheduled to make his initial court appearance today to face charges of enticing a child for immoral purposes, was found dead of an apparent suicide Tuesday.  St. Clair County Sheriff Terry Surles said the body of 59 year old Larry Ray Palmer,  of Ashville was discovered Tuesday at his home. Officials declined to comment on how he died.  Palmer was arrested April 12 after he allegedly enticed a child for immoral purposes. He was released shortly after his arrest, posting a $50,000 bond. Palmer had remained out of jail on bond.  It was the St. Clair County Baptist Association that reported to the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Department allegations made against Palmer involving a juvenile boy. The report led to Palmer’s arrest in April.  Palmer was hired by the Baptist Association as its interim camp director for Camp SonShine only months before his arrest. Shortly before his arrest, the association voted to relieve Palmer of all his duties as interim director.  After Palmer’s arrest, the association also voted to cancel summer camp at Camp SonShine, which is  located just north of Pell City.  


New Habitat director named 

Ron Hindman of Jacksonville was tapped Tuesday as the new executive director of Habitat for Humanity of Calhoun County. The Habitat board of directors voted unanimously to name Hindman to assume the post held by Anniston Banker Jim Robbins who left the Habitat post for new business opportunities in north Alabama. Hindman has been on the Habitat board five years helping build local Habitat houses for several years before that.

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