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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Black Friday shopping
  • Torch travels thru Anniston
  • Anniston Shooting
  • Jacksonville man charged with arson


Black Friday shopping

Retailers in east central Alabama were prepared for the onslaught of shoppers this black Friday, traditionally the busiest shopping day of the year.  Carol Cleghorn, General Manager of Oxfords Quintard Mall said shoppers got an early start with some stores at the mall opening as early as 2am Friday morning. The holiday shopping season is also a prime time for criminals.  Shoppers are being warned to be careful this holiday season when using credit or debit cards by making sure you protect the secrecy of your pin numbers.  In addition, police are also urging retailers to be on the lookout for counterfeit bills which have increased in the area over the past several weeks. 



Torch travels thru Anniston 

Motorists along hiway 78 were wondering what was going on wednesday with a torch runner being escorted by police.  The torch run - Carrera Antorcha Guadalupana - is a pilgrimage originating in Mexico and winding its way through 42 U.S. cities. It ends in New York City on Dec. 12, the feast day of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

In Catholic churches along the route, Mexicans and other Hispanics have gathered for celebration and Mass before going to the next community with the torch and with two images of significance to many of them. The portrait the runners carry is a replica of what is considered a miraculous image of the Virgin Mary in the Basilica of Guadalupe, near Mexico City. The other image traveling with the caravan is a painting of Juan Diego, an Aztec convert to Catholicism who saw an apparition that told him to build a shrine. The torch run traveled from Birmingham to Anniston Wednesday. Those who have participated in the run through Alabama, said Our Lady of Guadalupe symbolizes unity because she brings together two identities - Spanish and indigenous culture - and she symbolizes life and hope.  The last time the torch came to Alabama was in 2002.  


Anniston Shooting 

Anniston police say that a 70-year-old man shot his 23-year-old cousin Tuesday afternoon at a West 12th Street residence. Police said that the victim was visiting his aunt at her residence around Tuesday afternoon when someone accused him of smoking crack. The man denied it and the accusation resulted in an argument between the two men. Police said that the 70-year-old male cousin became involved in the argument and shot the young man with a .22 revolver striking him in the  left hip . While treating the wounded man emergency personell found a substance that appeared to be crack cocaine in his pocket. The victim was transported to Regional Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. Investigators will evaluate pending unlawful possession charges when the man is released from the hospital. The 70-year-old man left the scene before police arrived. Police say they will likely issue a warrant for his arrest.   


Jacksonville man charged with arson 

A 24-year-old Jacksonville man is facing arson charges in connection with the April 7th fire at an Anniston residence. Jimmy Mark McKinney, was charged while in Calhoun County Jail awaiting court dates on a number of other offenses. McKinney is being held on 22 counts of burglary third degree, one count burglary second degree, one count robbery first degree, one count theft of property third degree, one count failure to appear in court on drug paraphernalia charges, and 16 counts failure to pay for gas. McKinney was arrested after he burglarized a house, and investigators said that the fire may have been a way to cover the tracks of a robbery. McKinney is being held without bond, pending charges from another state.

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