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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Search continues for missing teen
  • Man sentenced for church arson
  • Randolph county purchases water from Anniston
  • JSU trustee dies
  • Wreck victim remains in hospital


Missing Lincoln Teen Family Asks For Help

The family of a 17 year old Lincoln Teen is seeking the publics help in trying to locate their missing son.  17 year old Ben Stanford was last seen driving a 2007 Silver Jeep Grand Cherokee Monday morning as he purchased gas in Lincoln. Ben, a senior at The Donoho School in Anniston, is the son of Bill and Lynne Stanford and the grandson of state Sen. Jim Preuitt, of Talladega.   The boys vehicle was found abandoned along Interstate 20 near Villa Rica, Georgia Monday afternoon with the doors open.  Ben is described as having brown hair and green eyes, weighing 140 pounds. Authorities in both Alabama and Georgia are on the lookout for the teen..  If you have any information please call 256-761-7530 or your local police..


Man sentenced for church arson

A 20-year-old Sylacauga man who pleaded guilty to burglarizing and then burning down Rocky Mount Baptist Church in Sycamore was sentenced to 15 years in prison Wednesday morning by Circuit Judge Julian King.  King denied Preston Dwayne Lindenthaler’s application for probation.  Lindenthaler and 19 year old Randy Lee Jones,  were indicted for burglary in the third degree and arson in the second degree for breaking into the church over the weekend of Oct. 7, 2006, setting fire to the sanctuary and Sunday school annex. Both structures were destroyed.  Lindenthaler pleaded guilty to his involvement in September. He was initially charged with two counts of burglary, one for breaking in with intent to commit theft and one for breaking in with intent to commit arson, but the first burglary count was dismissed. Jones pleaded guilty in May, and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. The discrepancy in the sentences stemmed from the fact that Lindenthaler had a prior conviction, while Jones did not.  



Randolph county purchases water from Anniston 

Communities all across north and east Alabama continue to battle with water supply issues.  Annistons Coldwater springs has become a lifesaver for many water systems.  With most systems in Calhoun county purchasing water from Anniston, Annistons water is being pumped to neighboring counties.  This week the Randolph county water authority tied into the Anniston water supply thru Cleburne county which is also being supplied by Anniston water. It was anticipated Roanoke would be out of water about Christmas but city officials say the new line installed this summer has been a lifesaver. Randolph County is now using Coldwater Spring water from Anniston, piped to Cleburne, and then to Randolph counties.


JSU trustee dies 

Gladys Carlisle, a member of the Jacksonville State University board of trustees since 1984 and namesake for the newly dedicated Gladys M. Carlisle Fine Arts Facility on the campus, has died less than a month since the dedication ceremony of the building.The 66 year old Carlisle,  of Tuscaloosa, died Monday at DCH Regional Medical Center in Tuscaloosa. The JSU fine arts facility was dedicated Oct. 15.  Carlisle had announced her plans to leave the board of trustees at the end of her current term in January after 23 years of service. A native of Tuscaloosa, she represented Alabama's 7th Congressional District on the board.  


Wreck victim remains in hospital 

A Gadsden man injured in a wreck that claimed the life of his wife remains in critical condition at a Birmingham hospital.Jerald Wayne Gray was injured in the wreck at the intersection of U.S. 278 and Bernard Street in Hokes Bluff, which is the old U.S. 278. His wife, Sharon was killed in the wreck.Gray was flown by helicopter from the scene of the wreck on Oct. 31 to University Hospital in Birmingham.
Gray is the pastor at Anchor of Hope ministry in Hokes Bluff and the couple apparently were on their way there when the wreck happened about 7:35 a.m.



Former councilman suffers heart attack in prison 

Former Gadsden Councilman Jim Armstrong underwent surgery Monday to place three stints after he suffered a heart attack while in federal prison in Marion, Ill.  Armstrong's family members are with him in Illinois, where he is hospitalized at Heartland Regional Medical Center.  Armstrong was sentenced in August to 18 months in federal prison after he pleaded guilty to accepting bribes and wire fraud in connection with the development of Lafferty's Landing on Rainbow Drive. He reported to the prison on Sept 13th.


Commission approves Sheriffs Department promotions 

The Etowah County Commission Tuesday approved the promotions of two Sheriff’s Department employees at the request of newly appointed sheriff Todd Entrekin.  Johnny Grant was promoted from chief of investigations to chief deputy, and Mike Jones was promoted from captain of investigations to chief of investigations.
The promotions became effective Tuesday.


Riley holds water meeting 

Gov. Bob Riley met Tuesday with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers  and other federal officials about finding ways to help Lake Martin, Logan Martin Lake and other reservoirs on the Tallapoosa and Coosa rivers refill more quickly this winter and spring. Riley would like, among other things, to reduce water releases from dams on the Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers in coming months. Corps of engineers officials said that what the governor asked for is flexibility in some of those minimum flows and other requirements, something that corps officials said they will find for the governor. Officials with Alabama Power Co., the Alabama Department of Environmental Management, the federal Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Protection Agency and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission joined the meeting, which lasted about two hours in Riley's Capitol office. Riley said he wants the Corps and other federal agencies to let Alabama Power in coming months raise winter-pool levels at some of its reservoirs and release lower-than-normal amounts of water from dams on the Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers.  Alabama Power operates five storage reservoirs on the Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers.  In a related matter Tuesday, Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue dropped a lawsuit he had filed in the Middle District of Florida last month seeking an injunction against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  Perdue said Tuesday that recent intervention by the Bush administration limiting how much water can be released downstream from Georgia to Florida and Alabama has made him optimistic the issue can be resolved outside of the courtroom.

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