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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Jacksonville man convicted of murder
  • Veterinarian shot
  • Oxford woman pleads guilty in computer fraud case

 

Jacksonville man convicted of murder 

A Calhoun County jury Thursday afternoon convicted a Jacksonville man in the 2005 murder of his brother. 44 year old Michael Wayne Lathers, is being held in the Calhoun county jail awaiting a June 4th  sentencing hearing before Circuit Judge Malcolm Street. He faces a sentence of 20 years to life in prison.  Russell Joseph Lathers, was killed April 7, 2005, in what was described as a longstanding family feud. The shooting took place on Michael Lathers' porch between Jacksonville and Weaver.   Lathers and his attorneys had claimed the shooting was self-defense, but the medical examiner testified that the victim had wounds from five gunshots, four of which were in the back.  

 

Veterinarian shot 

A Cherokee county veterinarian was shot and his animal clinic set fire Thursday night in what authorities say appeared to be a robbery attempt.  Dr. Jerry Handley, whose clinic is near the Cherokee-Etowah county line, was taken by helicopter to a Birmingham hospital after being shot twice.  Etowah County Sheriff Todd Entrekin, Deputy Colt Gregory and Hokes Bluff Officer Tyler Roe pulled Handley from the burning building, which was a total loss. Investigators did not know how many animals died in the fire but none apparently survived except a parrot.  Cherokee County Sheriff Jeff Shaver said his investigators were assisting in the search for suspects in the shooting, which occurred after 8 p.m. last night.   Investigators said two suspects came out the back of the building, climbed a fence and ran toward the woods. Blood hounds were brought in Thursday night to try to track the suspects.  

 

 

Oxford woman pleads guilty in computer fraud case 

A 61 year old Oxford woman pled guilty Thursday to computer fraud and theft of government property in Huntsvilles federal court.  Freida Spearman Holmes had been accused in the two count indictment of using payroll computers at the Anniston Army Depot to give her son and daughter more money and benefits than they were due. The first count charged Holmes with stealing $33,026.90 in government funds. The second charged her with exceeding her authorized access to a government computer as a Customer Service Representative for payroll.  Holmes is set to be sentenced on Aug. 19. The maximum sentence for theft of government property is 10 years in prison and a fine of $250,000. The maximum sentence for unauthorized computer access with intent to defraud is five years in prison and a fine of $250,000.
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