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- Suspects sought in Anniston rape and
- Hit and run investigation
- Anniston school suit
Suspects sought in Anniston rape and robbery
Anniston police are searching for four men who
entered a home raping and robbing three women and robbing a man
Sunday night. Police say the incident occurred in the 700 block of
East 22nd Street just after 10 p.m. Sunday night. Police say the
men, armed with firearms including handguns rifles and shotguns,
entered thru an unlocked door, the men demanded "drugs and money,"
.When the adults only produced money, the 55-year-old man was hit
and the two women, ages 44 and 24, were raped. A third woman, age
41, walked into the house during the incident and was sexually
abused. Anniston police are searching for suspects
Hit and run investigation
Alabama State Troopers are continuing their
search for the driver of a truck involved in a Friday night
hit-and-run accident that claimed the life of an Anniston woman.
Officials said that Vehicular homicide investigators are reviewing
evidence recovered from the scene that might lead them to finding
the vehicle that struck and killed 48 year old Bridget Craft.
Troopers say they believe the vehicle was a red Dodge Ram
four-wheel-drive truck. Craft was struck by the truck while she was
walking her dog , the dog got loose and was hit by a vehicle. When
she tried to tend to her dog, Craft was struck by the Dodge Ram and
the vehicle left the scene.
Anniston school suit
The Anniston Board of Education has decided
they want a judge to decide what the school system owes former
Superintendent Sammy Lee Felton and also decide how he will be paid.
The action is in response to a lawsuit filed against the school
system by Felton. Felton is seeking $250,000, plus additional money
for interest, costs and attorney fees. Felton's lawsuit requests
that the board pay him in one lump sum for the rest of his contract,
which ends in 2009. His attorney says the total he's due for one
year's salary and benefits is $157,849. That amount does not include
other claims in the lawsuit. Felton was fired by the school board
after refusing to reinstate a popular assistant principal.
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