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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • JPA seeking headhunter
  • Hokes Bluff seeks improvement in ambulance response times
  • Birmingham man pleads guilty in Pell City scam
  • Investigator in militia case honored


JPA seeking headhunter

For the past 10 months, the Joint Powers Authority at McClellan has been searching for a new executive director.  Mayor Chip Howell, who serves as chairman of the authorities personell committee told the authority board Tuesday night that the personell committee needed some direction in where to go next, saying that he feels they have come up short on seeking a pool of the best candidates for the job. 

Pete Conroy is also a member of the personell committee and said they will search for a qualified head hunter to help identify qualified candidates.  Howell told the board Tuesday night that once they have narrowed down the candidates to two or three,  he proposes that the JPA would introduce the top candidates to the public and let the public ask questions.   Current Executive Director Dan Cleckler has agreed to stay on until a new director is appointed.  The JPA announced Tuesday that they will begin cleanup of the area between summerall gate road going behind the Museaum near the first of the year.  It was also disclosed that the area near Riley field is having to be looked at more closely after crews removing soil from the area to cap a landfill on the former base discovered practice ordinance in the soil, something that Mayor Chip Howell said was not supposed to be or expected in the area.



Hokes Bluff seeks improvement in ambulance response times

Hokes Bluff Mayor Tim Langdale Tuesday asked the Etowah County Commission to improve ambulance response time in his community.  Langdale said the average response time for either of the two ambulance services in Etowah County  is about 24 minutes. However, he said the services have had response times upward of 45 minutes. Langdale said the problem arose when the city of Gadsden began requiring that the two ambulance services that serve Etowah County have more ambulances available for the Gadsden area. 


Birmingham man pleads in Pell City Scam 

A Birmingham man who was facing 17 counts of theft involving a Greater Pell City Chamber of Commerce magazine he promised to publish has plead guilty to three counts of misapplication of property. Under a plea agreement reached with the St. Clair County District Attorney’s Office, 44 year old David Smith,  pleaded guilty to three  misdemeanor counts of misapplication of property. Smith was indicted in March by a St. Clair County grand jury on 13 counts of second-degree theft of property, which are felonies, and four counts of third-degree theft of property, which are misdemeanors. District Attorney Richard Minor said the representative for victims involved in the case agreed to the plea agreement reached between the District Attorney’s Office and defense attorneys late Monday. Minor said Smith sold advertisement to a magazine he was supposed to produce for the chamber, called “Pell City Today,” but Smith never published the magazine after collecting more than $18,000 from the victims, local businesses that purchased advertisement in the proposed magazine. Under the plea agreement, Smith was sentenced to serve 12 months in jail, but his jail sentence was suspended. He is expected to remain on unsupervised probation for the next 24 months, officials said. Under the plea agreement, Smith paid $7,500 in restitution Monday and is expected to pay an additional $5,500 in restitution within the next 24 months, totaling about $13,000. Victims are expected to recover about 70 percent of their money.  


Investigator in militia case honored 

DeKalb County Sheriff's Office investigator Jimmy Jones was honored Tuesday for his role in busting a potential domestic terrorist network known as the Alabama Free Militia.  Attorney General Troy King cited Jones as the north Alabama division's Officer of the Year during the law enforcement summit at Frazer United Methodist Church.

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