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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Three arrested in death of elderly Pinedale man
  • Southside re-captures escapee
  • Gregory re-hired at Anniston High
  • Pow Wow in Clay County


Three arrested in death of elderly Pinedale man

St. Clair County authorities have arrested three people charging them with murder in the death of a man whose body was found Tuesday morning atop Chandler Mountain in Steele. The victim, was identified Thursday as 50 year old Alfred Watson III, of the Pinedale area near Ashville, officials say he died from blunt force trauma to the head and torso and that his body was set afire after his death.   50 year old Donna Garrison Jones, and her husband,63 year old Jerry Eugene Jones, were both charged with murder and abuse of a corpse. A third suspect, 37 year old James Allen Samples, was also charged with murder and abuse of a corpse. St. Clair County Sheriff Terry Surles said the three suspects knew the victim well and lived with him at his Pinedale Road home. Watson, who needed a walker to get around, was in poor health, and Donna Jones worked as the victim’s caretaker for 16 months. The Sheriff said all three of the suspects confessed to the crime and provided details of Watson’s death and their attempt to conceal the body. Watson was reported missing from the Attalla Wal-Mart Friday night. Surles said surveillance video from the store’s parking lot cameras show Donna Jones getting out of a vehicle and entering the store. She returns later to the vehicle and leaves. The Sheriff said the investigation, autopsy and confessions from the suspects indicate that Watson was being abused by the suspects last Thursday evening, Sept. 13, and died during the night as a result of the abuse.  



Southside re-captures escapee 

A man who escaped from Southside police officers Wednesday evening was recaptured Friday remained in the Etowah County jail this, facing extradition to Georgia on a kidnapping charge and several charges in Etowah County.  38 year old Michael Shane Brown, was found hiding in a closet where police officers first arrested him at a residence on Green Hills Road.  Brown already was handcuffed and had been placed in the backseat of a patrol car when he somehow managed to open the door, get out and run into the woods.  Brown was charged with obstruction of justice and is expected face escape charges.


Gregory re-hired at Anniston High 

The Anniston Board of Education officially re-hired Anniston High School former assistant principal, Charles Gregory, Thursday night. The action ends a controversy which began in may when the board approved a list of personnel actions that included non-renewal of Gregory’s contract among of dozens of other items. Three board members later objected to the termination saying that they had not realized his name was on the list.  Throughout the summer the board battled with former Superintendent Sammy Lee Felton, who three times recommended someone else for the position instead of re-hiring. Last month, the boards frustration over the superintendents refusal to rehire Gregory led to a vote to remove Felton as superintendent, buying out his contract. Gregory returns as Assistant Principal at Anniston High School today.


Pow Wow in Clay County 

First Nations Outreach in Clay County will be holding their second annual Harvest Moon Benefit Pow Wow  this weekend.  The activities kick off with a parade Friday morning at 11 in downtown Ashland.  The gates for the pow wow will open at three this afternoon on Bluff Valley Road south of Ashland.  Pow Wow organizer Jim Windwalker said the pow wow will be Oklahoma style . The Pow Wow is presented to share the heritage and culture of native people with the public. And according to Windwalker, the event is attracting native American groups from across the country. Proceeds from the pow wow will benefit the Wolf Gardens Wild Life Center. The Pow Wow site is located on Bluff Valley Road.  Take hwy 77 south in Ashland to Hwy 49 south and follow the signs.  For more information call 256-354-5196

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