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  • Anniston records first murder of 2008
  • Weaver man killed in holiday accident
  • JSU contacting parents of problem students
  • Steele man killed in accident


Anniston records first murder of 2008

Anniston recorded it’s first murder of 2008 less than an hour after ringing in the new year. Police have arrested 20 year old Joseph Pannell, of Birmingham in the shooting death of 22-year-old Dwayne "Richard" Duncan of Ashland. Police say that the shooting occurred near 12:45 a.m. Tuesday morning as the result of  an altercation at a Wilmer Ave. address.  Officials said that Duncan suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the chest and abdomen. He was pronounced dead at 3:20 a.m. at Regional Medical Center in Anniston.  


Weaver man killed in holiday accident 

A new years morning accident claimed the life of a Weaver man.  According to Alabama State Troopers, the one-car wreck occurred two miles east of Oxford on U.S. 78 taking the life of 26-year-old Brandon Lee King.  Troopers said that King was driving a 2006 Hyundai Tiburon around 6 a.m. when the wreck occurred ejecting him from the car during a rollover.



JSU contacting parents of problem students

Some universities in Alabama use an exception to the federal student privacy law to notify parents when students show signs of trouble with drinking or drugs.   The federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act protects the privacy of student education records. But it allows colleges to notify parents of student drug or alcohol violations at a time when they became rampant.   A survey by the New York Times Regional Newspapers found that the University of Alabama, the University of North Alabama and Jacksonville State University notify parents of alcohol or drug policy or legal violations by their underage students.  Auburn University do not notify parents if their child runs afoul of campus or civilian laws or policies. Auburn's senior program adviser, Jim Hardin, says being a tattletale to parents might affect the trust that students have with the administration.  The University of West Alabama also does not notify parents, but it's considering changing that policy. 


Steele man killed in accident 

Attalla Officials say that 83 year old George Washington, of Steele had wrecked his vehicle a few weeks ago, hitting a fence off U.S. Highway 11.  After repairing the fence Monday, he was killed just moments later. Washington died instantly after being hit by a truck. Washington was repairing a fence at 2949 U.S. Highway 11 when he was struck by a Ford F-150 pickup that left the roadway.  The driver, 18 year old Immori Cater,  and passenger Holly Brown, both of Ashville, were transported from the scene with injuries. Officials said that Cater apparently lost control on gravel near the shoulder and careened off a four- to five-foot drop into the yard, hitting Washington and his son, George Benny Washington.  The senior Washington sustained blunt force trauma injuries including massive head injuries and was found dead "30 to 40 feet" from the vehicle.  Officials said the two women were returning from a church retreat in Gatlinburg, Tenn.Hospital officials at Gadsden Regional Medical Center said Cater was in stable condition in the emergency department and George Benny Washington was in critical condition in the intensive care unit.  Riverview Regional Medical Center hospital officials said Brown was in stable condition.   


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