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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Police release name of murder victim
  • Police seeking weekend murder suspect
  • Two killed in separate accidents
  • Weekend accident claims Ragland man


Police release name of murder victim

Anniston Police have identified the man killed in a Saturday evening shooting on 18th street in the city.  Police say that 31 year old Marrio Dobbins, of Brown Avenue, was driving a gold 1995 Nissan Sentra when another vehicle passed him firing several shots striking Dobbins multiple times in the upper legs and torso.  Dobbins' Sentra rolled striking a parked vehicle. Dobbins was transported to Regional Medical Center where hospital and emergency personnel attempted to revive him. He was pronounced dead just before 9 p.m. Saturday night.  Investigators said the shooting likely stemmed from a previous shooting just an hour earlier also on 18th street.  In the previous shooting one man was injured and taken to Stringfellow hospital where he was treated and released. Anniston police are searching for suspects in both shootings. 


Developer withdraws plans for Golden Springs Development 

Developers of a proposed new shopping center in Golden Springs withdrew a petition Monday for rezoning to allow commercial development of property on Choccolocco Road just east of its intersection with Golden Springs Road.  The petition had upset members of the neighborhood around the planned site who spoke against it at an Oct. 18 planning commission meeting.  The residents argued in the public hearing on the petition that the project would increase crime, lower property values, create traffic jams and cause flooding of nearby homes.  Georgia developer Jeff Davis, said he has placed the development on hold and  says he wants to get residents on board with the plan before he moves forward with the project.



Two killed in separate accidents 

A 60-year-old Southside man was killed Monday afternoon in a two-vehicle wreck on Alabama Highway 77.  60 year old Johnny Moon, of Southside was killed when his 1996 Harley Davidson motorcycle, traveling north on Alabama Highway crashed into a 1994 Lexus, as the driver was attempting to make a left turn into the Fish Tales parking lot. The driver of the Lexus was not injured. A Monday morning accident claimed the life of A Talladega teenager who was on his way to school. Alabama state troopers said that 16 year old Javario D. Nash,  was driving on Cove Access Road just before 8 a.m. Monday morning when he lost control of his 1995 Honda Accord, leaving the roadway, rolling over and ejecting Nash from the vehicle.  Troopers say the one car accident occurred about one mile from the teens home  home, four miles west of Talladega.  


Mountainboro vote 

Residents of the Etowah County town of Mountainboro go to  the polls to decide the fate of their town.  About 350 residents reside in the northern Etowah County town; about 200 of them are eligible to vote. Those registered voters will cast their ballots today at the Mountainboro town hall. They are being asked to either vote to become a part of the city of Boaz or to remain their own town of Mountainboro.Council President Terry Mullinax is in favor of the town becoming a part of Boaz. Mullinax said it would give Mountainboro residents  a revenue source that would enable the community to add services such as full-time paid police and fire departments to give added protection.

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