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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Anniston shooting update
  • Counterfeit bills
  • Gadsden council rejects appointment to school board
  • Officers honored


Anniston Shooting update

Anniston police have released More details in the Jan. 1 shooting death of a 22-year-old man at an Anniston night spot. in Anniston.   According to Anniston Police investigators, a large fight involving several people broke out at Dee Ford's Underground in the 1100 block of Wilmer Avenue around 1:30 a.m. Tuesday morning.   Police said that security personnel at the club reportedly began ushering everyone out of the underground bar.  As patrons were directed up the stairs, several people started to push their way back down. In the turmoil, police said club security guard 20 year old Joseph Thomas Pannell,  of Birmingham, shot 22 year old Dwayne "Richard" Duncan, of Ashland multiple times.  Investigators said Pannell was not in a police or security uniform but was wearing military style pants with a brown shirt.  Police say they recovered a .45 caliber semi-automatic handgun, believed to be the weapon fired at Duncan, from Pannell.  Duncan died later at Regional Medical Center.  The shooting was the cities first homicide of the new year.



Counterfeit bills 

Cherokee County authorities report the recovery of a large number of counterfeit $100 bills. Investigators in Centre say that 48 of the counterfeit bills were used in an area business which offers customers the means to wire money. Records indicate that the money in this case was being wired to Nigeria.  Officials said the  counterfeit bills  feature the correct likeness in the hologram, and the ID strip, making them very difficult to detect as counterfeit.   Of the 48 counterfeit bills collected by local authorities, several had the exact same serial numbers; Many of the bills appeared to have an almost glittery appearance to them where the ink may have been very lightly flaking off; There was also a light brushing effect to be seen around the number 100 on the bottom right hand side of the bills; At least one of the $100 bills appeared to have been subjected to a counterfeit marker and showed to be genuine. Officials say the bills will be much more difficult to recognize than any of those seen previously around the area.  


Gadsden council rejects appointment to school board 

The Gadsden City Council failed Wednesday to make an appointment to the Gadsden City Board of Education for district 3 - this time deadlocking on the appointment of Gesna Littlefield. The vote to appoint Littlefield, a retired educator, failed on a 3-3 vote.  District 3 councilman Robert Avery opposed the vote.  Councilman Robert Echols did not attend wednesdays meeting, as he is hospitalized with pneumonia.
The board of education appointment is to replace Juanita Wilson, who resigned from the board in November and has lived in District 3.  The council has turned down District 3 Councilman Robert Avery's choice for the position, Roberta Watts three times.  Voting for Littlefield were Reed and council members J.R. Countryman and Bill Stewart.  Voting against the appointment were Avery and council members Walt Higgins and Johnny Cannon. 


Officers honored 

Two officers with the Rainbow City police department have received military awards after training U.S. Army reservists at Fort McClellan. Detective Chase Jenkins and officer John Bryant received U.S. Army Patriotic Civilian Service awards from the 310th Chemical Company. For two days in November, Jenkins and Bryant taught 64 soldiers SWAT team tactics at a mock city building site. Operations Sgt. Chad Hand at the 310th Chemical Company said some of the soldiers who participated are from South Carolina and Georgia in addition to those from Anniston.


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