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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • $20,000 Reward offered for missing teen
  • Second suspect arrested in beating
  • Congressman targets Oxford chemical company
  • Gas prices


$20,000 Reward offered for Missing Lincoln Teen Family Asks For Help

The family of a missing Lincoln teenager has offered a twenty thousand dollar reward for information leading to his safe return.  17 year old Benjamin Preuitt Stanford, the son of Bill and Lynne Stanford and the grandson of state senator Jim Preuitt was last seen Monday in Anniston.  His vehicle was found abandoned on interstate 20 in Villa Rica Georgia that same afternoon.  Stanford was last seen wearing rust colored Carhartt jeans and a long sleeved fleece dark gray and purple shirt with a white polo baseball cap.  He weighs 140 pounds and has brown hair and green eyes.   Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact the Alabama Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-228-7688 or the Lincoln police department at 205-763-7777.


Second suspect arrested in beating

A 19-year-old Rainbow City man who allegedly beat a man with a sledgehammer was taken into custody Thursday morning. Brian Kelly Johnston, was arrested around 11 a.m. Thursday morning on charges of attempted murder and first-degree burglary in Calhoun County. Johnston and his stepfather 42 year old Vernon Eddie Colvin,  also of Rainbow City - - allegedly broke into a residence on Sulphur Springs Road just outside Piedmont between 2:30 a.m. and 3 a.m. Sunday. Once inside, Johnston allegedly beat 44 year old Dean Richardson, with a sledgehammer. Richardson, a volunteer firefighter with the Knighten's Crossroads Fire Department, used his radio to call for help as Johnston allegedly beat him. 


Congressman targets Oxford chemical company 

An Oregon Congressman is trying again to build support for legislation to ban an Alabama-made poison that critics claim is both a deadly threat to wildlife and a potential weapon for terrorists.   Democratic Representative Pete DeFazio is seeking co-sponsors for a bill to outlaw the manufacturing and possession of Compound 1080, which opponents say is made nowhere but the east Alabama city of Oxford by Tull Chemical Company.  The poison is so lethal a single teaspoonful could kill dozens of people, and there is no known antidote. Previous attempts to outlaw the material failed, but an aide to DeFazio said the new measure stands a better chance of passage.   The FBI has listed Compound 1080 as a potential tool for terrorists, and the Air Force says it is a likely biological agent. Tull Chemical has said it produces as much as 10,000 pounds of Compound 1080 annually and most is exported to New Zealand.  The DeFazio legislation includes a government buyback of any domestic supplies of the poison. 



Gas prices 

Despite surging gasoline prices, Alabama motorists have one reason to be thankful as the holiday travel season approaches: Prices at the pump here are among the lowest in the nation. A gallon of regular unleaded in Alabama averaged $2.98 Thursday, a price lower than 35 other states, according to the AAA.

Gasoline prices varied widely, from a high of $3.34 a gallon for regular in California to New Jersey's $2.82. Clay Ingram, spokesman for AAA Alabama, said two factors account for the fluctuations - local consumer demand and state gasoline taxes.

Alabama's gasoline prices were fifth-lowest in the Southeast. Regular was cheapest in South Carolina (nearly $2.94 a gallon), followed by Louisiana ($2.95), Mississippi and Tennessee (both $2.96). Ingram said if the price of crude oil remains high, Alabama could soon pass the record high of $3.07 a gallon set on May 23. Crude oil futures, which hit a record $98 a barrel this week in New York, settled just below $96 Thursday.

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