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  • Stay granted for Talladega serial killer
  • Drug kingpin sentenced
  • Gas expansion
  • Local couple killed in Oklahoma wreck


Stay granted for Talladega serial killer

Daniel Siebert, a convicted serial killer who was scheduled to be executed by lethal injection today for four 1986 Talladega murders, was granted a stay Wednesday by a federal appeals court. A three-judge panel of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta ordered Siebert's execution delayed until the U.S. Supreme Court rules on a pending Kentucky challenge of the constitutionality of lethal injection. The ruling made Alabama the 11th state in which an execution has been delayed pending the outcome of the Kentucky case before the high court. Siebert had appealed his death sentence, arguing that drugs he is taking for pancreatic cancer could react with Alabama's three-drug execution cocktail, causing him extreme pain, according to court documents. The appeal also argued that lethal injection violates the U.S. Constitution's Eighth Amendment prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment, the same argument made in the Kentucky case before the Supreme Court, Baze v. Rees.


Drug kingpin sentenced 

A Talladega man was sentenced to two life terms in federal prison Wednesday after being convicted of drug charges by a jury in May. 51 year old Paul Anthony “Brown” Cass,  was arrested in February along with his wife and eight other people for various charges relating to the distribution of crack cocaine in Talladega between 1999 and 2007. According to Talladega County Drug and Violent Crime Task Force commander Jason Murray, Cass was sentenced to life terms for conspiracy and distribution of crack cocaine. He will also serve concurrent terms of 360 months each on six other distribution counts and 240 months for operating a crack house. If he were ever released, he would be required to serve an additional 10 years of supervised probation. 

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Gas expansion 

Energen Corp. has spent $7 million in the past two months to add another 30,000 acres of natural gas property, as drillers continue searching north Alabama for the next U.S. energy mother lode. Birmingham-based Energen said Wednesday it has amassed 250,000 acres of leases in the north central part of the state. That's up from 220,000 acres at the end of July. Leasing costs have totaled $20 million, up from $13 million in July. That works out to about $80 an acre paid to landowners for the right to prospect for natural gas on the 250,000 acres. Well drilling might begin early next year, after regulatory approval is sought, Energen said. The land of recent interest to natural gas drillers extends from Ashville, St. Clair County, north to Gadsden and into Cherokee County. Some geologists say it is part of an even bigger natural gas reserve that extends far north into Georgia and might rival the largest on-shore field in the country, Texas' Barnett Shale.  


Local couple killed in Oklahoma wreck 

Oklahoma authorities report that an Anniston couple were killed in a six-vehicle collision in northwest Oklahoma Tuesday. According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol 73 year old Arthur Hebert, 64 year old  Joann Singleton Hebert, of Anniston, died of massive injuries at the scene on U.S. Highway 270 near Mutual between Seiling and Woodward, Okla. Two other local residents were also killed in the accident when they were among Four vehicles and a tractor-trailer stopped in the westbound lane for road construction when a semi driven by Luis Miguel Jimenez of Escondido, Calif., failed to stop and struck the vehicles in the rear. The rig first hit a pickup truck and knocked it into a field, troopers said. It then drove over a pickup, killing the Greens, and then over a Mercedes, killing the Heberts. The rig struck the second semi and pushed it into another pickup truck and caught fire.

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