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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Anniston murder
  • Man convicted of attempted murder of former councilman
  • Death penalty


Anniston murder                    

A domestic dispute turned deadly Wednesday night in Anniston.  Police say that  30-year-old Tanya Grizzard was shot multiple times in the head at the home of her ex husband on north marshall street in west Anniston. Authorities say that the woman’s ex husband  Richard Tidwell, allegedly shot her with a small caliber handgun before turning the gun on himself. Police were called to the home by a concerned friend near 5:30 Wednesday evening.   Grizzard was pronounced dead at the scene.Tidwell was transported to a Birmingham hospital where he is being treated for a gunshot wound to the head,  Tidwell was listed in critical condition Wednesday night.   


Man convicted of attempted murder of former councilman 

A St. Clair County jury deliberated for less than two hours Wednesday before finding  a Cropwell man guilty of the attempted murder of a former Pell City councilman. 40 year old John Tracy Morgan, was convicted of the attempted murder of 59 year old Dale Richey. Morgan’s sentencing hearing has been set for Tuesday, June 3rd,. Testimony showed that on June 9, 2006, Morgan shot Richey, who was unarmed, after he intervened in a verbal confrontation between Morgan and his sister, Richey’s wife, Bonnie Morgan Richey. Richey almost died from his wound. He remained unconscious at University Hospital in Birmingham for two weeks after the shooting. The bullet remains lodged in his spine. Morgan’s attorney contended his client felt threatened and only shot Richey in self-defense because a perceived threat.  



Death Penalty 

Alabama Attorney General Troy King said the state will move quickly to resume executions now that the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a Kentucky case challenging lethal injection.  Assistant Attorney General Clay Crenshaw  said the Death Row inmate most likely to face execution next is Thomas Arthur, who twice has come within hours of being put to death.  The U.S. Supreme Court could lift a stay in the Arthur case as early as Monday. The attorney general then would ask the state Supreme Court to set a new execution date, and Arthur could be executed 30 days later.   No state has executed a prisoner since the day the U.S. Supreme Court announced in September that it would hear the Kentucky case. In that case, Kentucky inmates unsuccessfully argued that lethal injection amounts to cruel and unusual punishment, in violation of the Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

Three executions scheduled in Alabama have been halted during that time, two of them from central Alabama.   An Atlanta federal appeals court on Oct. 24 stayed the execution of serial killer Daniel Siebert pending the outcome of the Kentucky case. Siebert has other appeals pending, however, including one alleging that drugs he takes for pancreatic cancer could react poorly with drugs used in lethal injection, causing him pain.  Seibert had been convicted of multiple murders in Talladega County.  The U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 31 stayed the execution of convicted killer James Callahan. The court's order did not indicate why the stay was issued, although Callahan had argued lethal injection was cruel and unusual punishment. Callahan had been convicted of the murder of a Jacksonville State University student in Jacksonville.

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