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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Calhoun Commission approves new deputy positions
  • Two arrested in auto theft spree
  • Calhoun County approves budget
  • ID Task force meets


Calhoun Commission approves new deputy positions

The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Department  will be adding more deputies to increase patrols in the rural areas of the county. Sheriff Larry Amerson citing the growing population in the rural areas, asked the county commission for financial help in getting more deputies. Thursday morning the county commission  approved an increase of 35-dollars in the court costs to fund the new hires. According to County Administrator Ken Jointer, the new fee is the most fair to fund the needed positions. Many of the filings in probate court will not be affected by the increase. The sheriffs department currently has 20 patrolling deputies and Sheriff Larry Amerson says the extra money will allow the department to strengthen the  patrol division.  The new fees will go into affect on November first and officials say they will not see any funds probably until after the first of the year.  The Sheriff said he hopes to have the new deputy positions filled and on the road within six months.  



Two arrested in auto theft spree 

With the continuing rise in the value of scrap metal, thieves have found profit is stealing junk.  Authorities have arrested the owner of Munford Recycling and a tow truck driver he employed in connection with the theft of several vehicles in the Anniston area. 44 year old Robert Stanley Mayo,  of Talladega and 44 year old Charles Ray Peoples Jr., of Childersburg have been charged with theft in the first degree. According to Police Mayo told Peoples to troll around in his tow truck and take junk vehicles without asking for proof of ownership or identification from the people who claimed to own them.  A west Anniston resident filed a report with Anniston Police last month claiming that four vehicles were taken off of his property without his permission. The property had a dilapidated house and a number of cars from the 1970s and 1980s. Investigators said this week that since August they had received a number of calls from residents claiming their cars had been stolen in a similar manner. After police spoke with Mayo, the calls stopped.  


Calhoun County approves budget 

Calhoun County commissioners passed the counties 2007-2008 fiscal year budget Thursday morning.  County Administrator Ken Jointer said the budgets have no surprises and reflect a 3% increase over last year. Jointer said that the three percent increase in the budget is funded thru growth in the tax base over the past year.  Included in the budget is a 4% pay increase for county employees.  The new budget year will begin October first. 


ID Task force meets 

Thursday marked the start of a new push in Alabama to fight identity theft.The Northern Alabama Financial Crimes Task Force met for the first time Thursday.Their goal is to build a cooperative effort with local financial institutions and all levels of law enforcement to combat I.D. theft. Alabama Attorney General Troy King said I.D. theft is the fastest growing crime in the state.

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