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  • Judge issues ruling in Ray Bryan case
  • Anniston man held in weekend shooting
  • Etowah Bingo


Judge issues ruling in Ray Bryan case                       

Jefferson County Superior Court Judge J. Scott Vowell issued his ruling today in a lawsuit filed by Ray Bryan to keep the State Republic Party from decertifying him as the winner in the June primary for Family Court Judge for the Calhoun-Cleburne Circuit.  The judge upheld the action of the State Republican Party that Bryan be decertified for failure to file his disclosure reports before the deadline. 

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Interview with Republican Party Executive Director John Ross


Anniston man held in weekend shooting 

A 23 year old Anniston Man is being held in connection with the Saturday morning shooting death of a north Carolina man.  Police say that 31 year old Richard Elliot Maffey,  was in the bedroom of a residence in the 1800 block of Moore Avenue around 6:45 a.m. Saturday morning when he was shot in the head.  Anniston police interviewed witnesses, none of which directly witnessed the shooting.   Police arrested a 23-year-old Anniston man in connection with the shooting, but have not released his name.  Authorities said Maffey was shot at least once and was pronounced dead at 7:20 a.m. Saturday morning.   Maffey's body will be sent to the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences Laboratory in Huntsville for an autopsy. The shooting remains under investigation by Anniston Police.



Etowah Bingo 

The Etowah County Commission  in a special Saturday meeting, approved changes to a resolution about video bingo that returns authority to issue permits to the sheriff and sets a date for a public hearing for proposals of a bingo. The County Commission approved rules and regulations back  in July for operation of charitable machine bingo in Etowah County. In that resolution, the County Commission was named to authorize permits. The recent action gives that authority back to the sheriff, who was originally named in the law as the person who should authorize permits. Two developers, CBS Supply of Mount Pleasant, S.C., and Coosa Entertainment Group of Gadsden  have presented proposals for video bingo developments to the County Commission and are expected to make those proposals public on Aug. 25.  There will be a public comment period at the August 25th meeting, but there will not be a question and answer period. District Attorney Jimmie Harp said the issue of bingo was voted on in 1989 and late Rep. Joe Ford, the father of Rep. Craig Ford, D-Gadsden, asked for an amendment in 1994 that established more specific guidelines of how to play the game. In the 1989 constitutional amendment voted on by Etowah County residents, it was worded to say that charity bingo is allowed and does not refer specifically to bingo cards.   Attorney General Troy King has compared bingo cards and video bingo to traditional mail through the postal service and e-mail. He said the comparison represents the “technological evolution.”  But Harp said he wants the matter cleared through a court and if a permit is granted, he or Sheriff Todd Entrekin would file suit, asking for a judge to make that determination.Etowah County is one of 19 counties throughout the state that has an Alabama constitutional amendment that allows bingo within the county.


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