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Headlines from Alabama 810 News
- Oxford Team ordered to forfeit games
- Police seeking weekend murder suspect
- Etowah County Sheriff list growing
- Weekend accident claims Ragland man
Oxford Team ordered to forfeit games
was not good for the Oxford Yellow Jackets...
AUDIO report with Mike Mitchell
Police seeking weekend murder suspect
Anniston police are investigating two weekend
shootings on 18th street one resulting in a murder.
Police say the first incident involved a man who was shot while he
walked along 18th street. He was transported to
Stringfellow hospital where he was treated and released. About an
hour later another man was shot while he was in his vehicle also on
18th street, he was taken to the hospital where he later
died of his injuries. The name of the victim is being withheld
pending notification of next of kin. Anniston police say they are
searching for suspects.
Etowah County sheriff list growing
The number of people who want to fill the
position of Etowah County Sheriff continues to grow. The person
selected by governor Bob Riley will fill the unexpired term of
Sheriff James Hayes, who died Oct. 19. The Etowah County Republican
Executive Committee will meet Tomorrow to interview the candidates
and submit the top three recommendations to the Governor, who is
expected to make the appointment later this week. Todd Entrekin,
who worked as chief deputy under Hayes, has applied, along with Joe
Nabors, an attorney and former captain with the Alabama Bureau of
Investigation; and Richard Kitchens, who has run for sheriff on the
Republican ticket against Hayes in several elections. Gadsden
businessman Craig Inzer is seeking the position, along with former
Etowah County Commissioner Bryan Bishop; Matt Sims, the assistant to
the county administrator in Cherokee County and former computer
information services director for Etowah County; state probation
officer Mitchell Chastain; Boaz Police Chief Terry Davis; Southside
police officer Wayne Garmon and Gadsden police Capt. Roy Harbin.
Several others have submitted and then withdrawn their name.
Weekend accident claims Ragland man
Alabama State Troopers are investigating a
wreck that occurred Saturday night in St. Clair County. The wreck
reportedly involved one vehicle, and one person was killed.
Brandon Scott Ellington, 21, Ragland, was driving a 1998 Nissan
The wreck occurred on Valley Road near Ragland.
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