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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Commissioners sue former judge
  • Man sentenced in attack on news carrier
  • Leesburg man sentenced
  • Governor gets support for Pre K


Commissioners sue former judge

The Calhoun County Commission has filed a suit against  former Probate Judge Arthur Murray involving over $19,496 state auditors said the former judge should not have received. The commission asked a judge to rule whether Murray could legally bill the county for preparing countywide voter lists from 2003 to 2006.

Murray charged the county 5 cents per name for each list produced, one each for seven different elections during that time.  The Alabama Department of Examiners of Public Accounts said he should not have collected the money. The agency has said the County Commissioners and Murray should pay back the $19,496  that Judge Murray collected during that time.  The audit report cites  a 1985 local law which they say prevents Murray from taking the money. The law says probate judges can only receive money for the "actual expenses" of preparing the list.  According to the suit, filed Wednesday, The examiners, named as a defendant in the lawsuit, threatened to make the district attorney collect the money.  The County Commission is asking a judge to put a hold on that request until there's a ruling on whether Murray was legally entitled to the money.



Man sentenced in attack on news carrier 

A Childersburg man is facing concurrent 35-year prison sentences after pleading guilty to one count each of robbery in the first degree and attempted murder. Circuit Judge Bo Hollingsworth handed down the sentence for 18 year old Alexander Lamon Ricks.  Ricks’ older brother and co-defendant, 20 year old Willie Lee Ricks Jr., also of Childersburg, was scheduled to be sentenced for his part in the same crime across the hall before Circuit Judge Julian King Wednesday. For some reason, however, the older Ricks was not transported to Talladega from Kilby Correctional Facility, where he is serving time on a burglary charge. Robbery and attempted murder charges are still pending against the third co-defendant, 18 year old Roderick Bolton. All three defendants are accused of assaulting Christy Haywood, a subcontract carrier for The Daily Home and The Birmingham News.


Leesburg man sentenced 

A Leesburg man was sentenced today in federal court to 325 years in prison on production of child pornography charges, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Alice Martin.  51 year old Gary Steven Vasiloff,  was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Birmingham after being indicted in April 2007 on 21 counts of production of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography.
Vasiloff pleaded guilty to the child pornography charges, which stemmed from 21 photographs taken by him of a minor child posed in lewd and lascivious positions at a home located in Cherokee County. In some of the photographs the 14-year-old girl can be seen consuming alcoholic beverages given to her by Vasiloff.  The incident occurred in Cherokee County between June 23, 2006, and Aug. 14, 2006.
The case was investigated by the FBI with assistance from the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office and the Alabama Department of Human Resources.   This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative designed to protect children from online exploitation and abuse. 


Governor gets support for Pre K 

Governor Riley's plan to expand Alabama's small pre-kindergarten program picked up endorsements yesterday from two groups that teach 4-year-olds. Leaders of the Alabama Head Start Association and the Alabama Association of Licensed Early Care and Education joined Riley at the Capitol to praise the governor's plan. Riley wants to expand funding from $10 million to $30 million and triple enrollment from the current 2,400.
   At the same time Riley was promoting his plan, Alabama legislators were hearing fiscal experts say the state will likely have less money to appropriate for the next school year than it does this year.
   The chairman of the House education budget committee, Rep. Richard Lindsey of centre, says expanding pre-K is a worthy goal, but it may have to wait because of budget problems.


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