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  • Body discovered on Chandler Mtn.
  • Authorities searching for robbery suspects
  • Burn ban lifted
  • Weather warning system to change


Body discovered on Chandler Mtn.

Authorities say that a body found Tuesday on a rural logging road on Chandler Mountain may be that of a man reported missing Friday from the Wal-Mart in Attalla.  St. Clair County Sheriff’s deputies said a woman discovered the body on the logging road off Loop Road, which is just off Chandler Mountain Road.  The man’s identity has not been determined and the body was sent for an autopsy. Investigators are treating the discovery of the body as a homicide and are looking into the possibility the body is that of the missing man.  50 year old Alfred Watson was reported missing Friday after his driver went into the store about midnight. Watson was not in the car when the driver returned.



Authorities searching for robbery suspects 

Authorities are searching today for suspects in two separate armed robberies which investigators say may have been committed by the same suspects. Near 1:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, two men , one armed with a handgun,  entered the Huddle House in Alexandria, and took money from the register as well as from a customer. Sheriff Larry Amerson said that one of the men was wearing a white T-shirt and had covered his face with a purple bandana while the other was wearing dark shorts and a dark shirt with a shirt on his face. The two fled the restaurant in a burgundy Ford Explorer. Anniston Police spotted a similar burgundy Explorer  later Thursday morning and tried to stop it. The vehicle's driver led police on a pursuit before the suspects stopped the Explorer and took off on foot. They left a handgun behind in the vehicle along with clothing that matched descriptions of the Huddle House robbers. Investigators from the Sheriff's Office and Anniston Police are working together because of possible connections to another robbery that occurred Monday afternoon on Quintard when three men pulled up to a check cashing business  near 5th Street and Quintard in a burgundy sport utility vehicle around 12:30 p.m. They also were armed with handguns and made off with an undisclosed amount of cash. While no one was injured in either robbery. A sheriff's deputy was, involved in an accident while en route to Huddle House robbery.  According to Sheriff Amerson, the deputy's vehicle left the roadway on Alabama 21 and overturned. The deputy was treated at Jacksonville Hospital and released. The cause of the accident is being investigated.


Burn ban lifted

The State Forestry Commission has lifted the fire ban for 50 Alabama counties after the recent rains poured across the state. The ban will remain in effect, however, for certain counties which include Jefferson, Shelby and Tuscaloosa counties. Burn permits will be issued for these counties at the discretion of the state forester.


Weather warning system to change 

The National Weather Service is changing the way it issues severe weather warnings, switching from alerts based on county lines to notices aimed at specific communities. The new system , called storm-based warnings,  is designed to predict the moment a storm will hit a community or even a certain crossroads based on radar and computer modeling programs.   Officials say the system also will make it easier to send weather warnings through cell phones, pagers or Internet-enabled
handheld devices.  Some weather experts are concerned that radar has its limits and a fast-moving storm can change direction, suddenly taking aim at an area not mentioned in the storm warning. But meteorologists said
the system will be able to keep up with abrupt changes.   The system, which will resemble the warnings already used by some weather service offices and many TV meteorologists, takes effect nationally on October 1st.

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