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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Anniston records first fire fatality of the year
  • Stanford update
  • Woman charged in rent theft
  • Linville lumber mill facing fines


Anniston records first fire fatality of the year

Anniston recorded it’s first fire fatality Wednesday night.  According to Anniston fire department Captain David Randle,  the fire occurred in a five story apartment building in downtown Anniston .  Authorities identified the victim in the fire as 54 year old Edward Kuhn.



Stanford update 

Georgia law enforcement officials say that the  investigation into the death of 17 year old Ben Stanford will likely continue into next week.  Carroll County, Ga., chief deputy Brad Robinson said Thursday that they have some other tests pending through the state crime lab, and are waiting on some other information from the pathologist.Stanford, a 17-year-old senior at the Donoho School in Anniston, was reported missing Nov. 5. His body was found Tuesday during an exhaustive search by more than 100 volunteers and the search-and-rescue group, Texas Equusearch. According to Carroll County Coroner Sammy Eady, Stanford died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, fired from a .25 caliber automatic handgun. Robinson said Stanford did not leave a suicide note. He said investigators know where the gun came from, but would not disclose that information Thursday. A memorial service was held Friday at 11 a.m. at the Speed Dome International Motor Sports Hall of Fame at the Talladega Superspeedway in Lincoln, with the Rev. Bob Blackwell officiating.

Stanford is the son of Bill and Lynne Stanford, and the grandson of Sen. Jim and Rona Preuitt of Talladega. 


Woman charged in rent theft 

A Gadsden woman was arrested after allegedly pocketing more than $10,000 during a four-month period, and police say that more arrests are expected.  41 year old Rhonda Hayes Reese, has been charged with first-degree theft after allegedly stealing $10,275 between March and June. Investigators said Reese collected rent from tenants at Country Club Terrace Apartments. Reese, who had worked at the apartment complex for almost a year, allegedly stole large cash sums - several thousand dollars per month - during her runs to make deposits of rent money into the bank.  The owner noticed there was some discrepancies and had an audit done.after being notified of the matter by the Department of Rehabilitation Services. Evidence was presented to a Cherokee County grand jury, resulting in Hackney's indictment on April 30.


Lineville lumber mill facing fines 

A Lineville lumber company has been hit with more than $45,500 in fines for exposing workers to safety hazards after a worker died at its plant in May.   The penalties were proposed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration against Lumber One Company after it was cited for 22 serious violations.   In a news release, OSHA said it launched the investigation after it learned that a piece of lumber was thrown from a rip saw that hit an operator causing a fatal bruise to his heart.   Roberto Sanchez, director of OSHA's Birmingham office, said inspectors uncovered numerous problems with the rip saw, including safety features that were worn and broken. Similar violations were found on two other rip saws. Inspectors said the problems have since been corrected.
The company has 15 working days to contest the citation and penalties.

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