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Headlines from Alabama 810 News
- Rep. Fites’ son arrested
- Anniston council hears from auditors
- Crime in Anniston declines in ‘07
- Missing Anniston man found
Rep. Fites’ son arrested
The son of Alabama State Representative Lea
Fite has been arrested on arson and attempted burglary charges.
Jerrod Fite and Justin Blanton are accused in a string of arsons in
Cullman County where Jerrod Fite lives with his mother.
Investigators believe they targeted abandoned homes. Authorities say
they have not determined a motive yet and are trying to figure out
if the pair is connected to other arsons. Lea Fite represents
Alabama’s 40th District in Calhoun County.
Anniston council hears from auditors
The Anniston City Council received answers
Tuesday night from the cities auditing firm regard allegations by
Councilman Ben Little that City Manager George Monk has misspent
city funds. Mayor Chip Howell said the report found no
impropriaties… Little said Tuesday night that he wanted time to
review the report and would have further questions regarding cost
overruns on the 2006 projects at the cities recreation complex at
Crime in Anniston declines in ‘07
The number of reported crimes in the City of
Anniston was up slightly in 2007, that according to statistics
released by Anniston police. The total number of reported crimes
increased by only 23 during the year. The statistics show, however
that violent crimes in the city showed a decrease while property
crimes increased. The cities murder rate dropped from 14 in 2006 to
9 in 2007. The city also recorded a decrease in Sexual assaults,
assaults, burglary and thefts. Meanwhile, robberys showed one of
the largest increases along with motor vehicle thefts which showed
the largest increase in 2007.
Missing Anniston man found
A 22 year old Anniston man, missing since
Christmas day was Tuesday morning at a Gadsden motel. 22-year-old
Louis Fenton Brown III was taken into custody on outstanding
warrants. Brown's family told Anniston police he was last seen
Christmas Day in Anniston after he and his wife got into a minor
argument. Initially, police had no leads but acting on information
they received late last week, they located Brown.
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