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  • Anniston drug bust
  • Food stamp changes for elderly
  • Copper theft


Anniston drug bust                       

An Anniston couple is facing drug and child abuse charges after their Anniston apartment was raided by members of the Calhoun Cleburne County Drug and Violent crime task force.  Task force officers raided the apartment at 4500 Sprague Avenue apt 82 Thursday where they found an active meth lab.  28 year old James Patrick Landreth and 33 year old Melanie Leigh Trageser were both arrested for unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance and felony child abuse.  Landreth was also charged with resisting arrest.  Officers said they found a 6 year old autistic child in the apartment while the drug lab was processing.  Trageser and the child were sitting on the sofa in the living room of the residence while Landreth was found cowering in the shower of the bathroom wearing a gas mask due to the chemical smoke that was present.  The child was removed from the home by DHR.  Thursdays seizure was the 21st lab seized in the past four weeks with 151 labs seized this year. 



Food stamp changes for elderly 

Applying for food assistance just got easier for people 60 years and older in three Alabama counties. According to DHR Spokesman Barry Spear, The Alabama Department of Human Resources has introduced a simpler food-stamp application form for older residents and the option to apply from their own homes. The program starts in Jefferson, Clay and Calhoun counties this month and may expand to the rest of the state later this year. Benefits will be calculated according to normal food assistance program rules, but seniors can skip the trip to a Food Assistance Office. If eligible, the household will be certified for three years, instead of the usual one year. Applicants must still provide verification of their out-of-pocket medical expenses, citizenship status and other information. They could be contacted by phone if there is other information needed to determine eligibility. The change is part of a push to increase the number of state residents receiving federal food stamp benefits. About 546,000 Alabama residents each month receive food stamps, but approximately 400,000 more are eligible to participate.  Anyone living in Jefferson, Clay or Calhoun counties who is interested in getting more information, or applying for food assistance through the new program, can call 1-800-438-2958.


Copper theft 

Police in Gadsden are seeking the publics help in locating a tractor trailer rig stolen Monday from a construction site at the Gadsden Goodyear plant.  Police said the trailer contained Three large coils of power cable filled with copper and aluminum wire.  The large coils of wire had three strands of copper wire, each almost an inch in diameter and a smaller strand of aluminum wire.
Police say The tractor-trailer was stolen about 1 a.m. Monday morning.
Police said the people who  took the loaded truck and trailer drove through four locked gates and across the River Trace golf course next to the Goodyear plant. Each coil, owned by Goodyear, weighs about 10,000 pounds. Based on that weight, the copper and aluminum could be worth about $100,000 if sold to a recycling company.
Police are asking that Anyone with information about the thefts or the location of the tractor trailer or the spools of electric cable has been asked to contact the Gadsden Police Department’s detective division


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