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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Noose investigation completed
  • Final defendant in Gadsden corruption case begins prison sentence
  • Gadsden murder trial
  • Cedartown company to create new jobs with merger


Noose investigation completed

Officials with The Anniston Army Depot announced today that they have  concluded their investigation into a length of rope found on the base Oct. 2 that some believed was a noose. In a statement released by the depot today, they stated the rope resembled other lengths commonly used to tie down tarps on tanks arriving at the depot for maintenance. The ropes are tied in slipknots for quick attachment and removal. An employee reported seeing the rope in question tied to a utility pole outside two buildings in an industrial area around 10 a.m. Oct. 2. Depot security officials began an immediate investigation into the incident. In the statement released today, depot officials said that “evidence points to the absence of any racial motive for this piece of rope.”  



Final defendant in Gadsden corruption case begins prison sentence 

The last of four defendants sentenced to federal prison for their roles in a city of Gadsden public corruption case has begun serving her sentence.  Cathy Back, former director of the Gadsden Commercial Development Authority, began serving her 22-month sentence at the federal prison in Marianna, Fla., Monday. Back had been allowed to report a month later than her original reporting date of Sept. 13 because of family health issues.  Back pleaded guilty to bribery and wire fraud in connection with the development of the proposed Lafferty's Landing development on Rainbow Drive. Former Gadsden councilmen Jim Armstrong and Fred Huff had also pleaded guilty to bribery and wire fraud during the investigation. Armstrong, who is serving his time at a federal prison in Marion, Ill., was sentenced to 18 months. Huff, who is serving his time at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, was sentenced to 30 months. They reported Sept. 13.  Consultant Larry Thompson, who pleaded guilty to bribery and wire fraud, was sentenced to 50 months. He reported Sept. 13 and is serving his sentence at Big Sandy in Inez, Ky. 


Gadsden murder trial 

Jury selection is under way in the capital murder trial of Michael Wayne Reynolds, charged with the May 2003 murders of a North Gadsden family.  The 34 year old Reynolds is charged with capital murder in the deaths of 38 year old Charles James "Chuck" Martin III, 31 year old Melinda Kaye Martin, and their 8-year-old daughter, Savanah Brooke Martin.  The three were stabbed to death on May 24, 2003, in their Tidmore Bend Road home.  Melinda Martin's father discovered the bodies the next morning when he and his wife stopped at the house while on their way to church.  Police said the little girl was found stabbed to death in her bed and the parents were found in a blood-spattered kitchen.  Police said that someone also had attempted to set the house on fire either before or after the three were stabbed. Court officials say the trial is expected to last a week. 


Cedartown company to create new jobs with merger 

The HON Company plant in Cedartown, Georgia is anticipating the creation of 175 new jobs at the Cedartown facility as a result of last week’s announcement of consolidation with their sister plant in Richmond, Va.  Iowa-based HNI Corp., which owns both plants, announced last week plans to close down the manufacturing facility in Virginia and move operations to the Cedartown site sometime in 2008. The HON Company manufactures office furniture for small- and medium-sized businesses. HNI officials say that several types of jobs will be created including manufacturing, skilled trades, engineering and management. HNI said that the vast majority of the positions will be filled locally. As a result of the consolidation, HNI expects to see significant annual savings on freight and distribution costs.

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