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  • Three die in Sunday crash
  • $11 billion sought for more MRAP’s
  • Task force shuts down Lenlock club
  • Murder indictment in February death


Three die in Sunday crash

Three people were killed and three others injured Sunday evening in a two vehicle accident at the intersection of U.S. 278 and Brazell Mill Road in Etowah County.  Authorities said that a Toyota Camry occupied by a Georgia couple collided with a 2006 Buick.  34 year old Kelly Stallworth Horner of Villa Rica Georgia was the driver of the Toyota and was killed in the accident, a passenger 4 year old Charles Cade Horner was taken to a Huntsville hospital.  63 year old Billie Royce Ashworth of Altoona was driving the Buick and was also killed in the accident as well as a passenger, 84 year old Onzell Brannon Webb of Altoona.  Two other passengers in the Buick were injured, 67 year old Robbie Ashworth of Altoona and 74 year old Laura Holmes of Horton were both transported to Gadsden Regional Medical Center.  Alabama state troopers say the cause of the accident remains under investigation. 



$11 billion sought for more MRAP’s 

U.S. military officials are seeking $11 billion for new armored vehicles that would be deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan, with a large portion of the manufacturing likely slated for Calhoun County and the Anniston Army Depot.  Congressman Mike Rogers said the request for blast-resistant trucks, officially known as Mine-Resistant, Ambushed-Protected vehicles, will be part of a supplement to the 2008 U.S. budget.  The Oxford plant of Virginia-based defense contractor General Dynamics already makes the trucks, which are usually called MRAPs. The new spending would push MRAP appropriations to more than $20 billion over the past two years. General Dynamics hired 270 workers in Oxford earlier this year to build a round of MRAPs authorized last year. The company already built Stryker and Fox combat vehicles in Calhoun County in partnership with the Anniston Army Depot. General Dynamics, which employs 500 people in Anniston, faces competition for the work. Other contractors with large recent MRAP orders include South Carolina-based Force Protection Inc.; Armor Holdings Inc. in Jacksonville, Fla.; and London-based BAE Systems. The MRAP money request is now under review by the White House budget office.


Task force shuts down Lenlock club 

Acting on complaints of illegal activities at a local entertainment business in the Saks area, members of the Calhoun Cleburne drug and violent crime task force began an investigation several months ago.  The investigation ended Thursday with the arrest of at least five people.  Investigators had sent an undercover officer to the Barracuda Bikini Club on Lenlock lane where the officer observed that alcoholic beverages were being sold by employees of the business.  The business did not have a license to sell alcohol.  The investigator also determined that the employees were also violating the Anti Obscenity act in that the were exposing full nudity to the clubs patrons, which is a class c felony punishable by 1 to 10 years in prison if convicted.  Officers obtained a search warrant and when executing the warrant observed two fully nude female dancers inside the club and they also recovered records involving the profits for the illegal alcohol sales, as well as a large amount of cash, alcoholic beverages, firearms and two types of controlled substances.  One of the owners, 28 year old Andrew Lee Barnett of Anniston was charged with violation of the anti obscenity act, selling alcohol to a minor and possession of alcoholic beverages for resale without a license. The other owner 26 year old Crystal Ann Bay Barnett of Anniston was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance, possession of alcoholic beverages for resale without a license and violation of the anti obscenity act.  Other employees of the business, 29 year old Travis Wade Bellar of Gadsden, 20 year old Lisa Louise Hulbert of Anniston, and 21 year old Amanda Inez Jones of Jacksonville were all charged with violation of the anti obscenity act.  Another employee, 24 year old Blake Ladell Graham of Ohatchee, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and violent felon in possession of a firearm.

Murder indictment in February death 

A St. Clair County Grand Jury has returned a murder indictment against A Pell City man  for the murder of a man killed in January single-car accident. 55 year old Dan McNees, was arrested this week after he was indicted for the murder of 65 year old Max Shelton Allen, of Pell City. McNees was indicted for murder and manslaughter by a grand jury that convened last week.  Allen was killed the night of Jan. 20, 2007, when McNees lost control of the vehicle he was driving. The wreck happened off U.S. 78 in the Prescott community. McNees allegedly had a blood-alcohol level of .16, twice the legal limit of driving under the influence. McNees is being held in the St. Clair County Jail without bond.

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