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  • Murder trial moved to Anniston
  • Jacksonville council takes flak over possible JSU donation
  • 2 arrested after bogus drug raid
  • Jacksonville elderly housing


Murder trial moved to Anniston

The capital murder trial for the man accused of killing Huntsville police officer Daniel Golden in 2005, has been set for April 14 in Anniston at the Calhoun County Courthouse. Benito Ocampo Albarran's lawyers claimed in a Jan. 14 hearing that their client couldn't receive a fair and impartial trial in Madison County because of the nature of the charge, pretrial publicity and subsequent developments, including last month's shooting death of Huntsville police officer William Eric Freeman. Circuit Judge Karen Hall agreed and granted the change of venue.  Gardner said he expects the trial to last about three weeks.  Albarran is accused of fatally shooting Golden on Aug. 29, 2005, in the parking lot of a Mexican restaurant/store in Huntsville. Golden was answering a domestic violence call at the business. The prosecution is seeking the death penalty. If Albarran is convicted, he could be sentenced to execution by lethal injection or life in prison without a possibility of parole.



Jacksonville council takes flak over possible JSU donation 

As members of the Jacksonville City Council continue to mull over a request from Jacksonville State University for a 100 thousand dollar donation to their capitol improvements fund, the council was faced Monday night with concerns from several citizens who voiced concerns that the money could be better used to improve other important areas in the city.  Mayor Johnny Smith said Monday night that the residents expressed some good points.  Smith said he personally opposes the donation, however he said it appears that a majority of the council feels differently.   The council will meet with JSU officials on February 14th at the Jacksonville community center to further discuss the donation.  Two of the five council members are employees of the university.


2 Arrested after bogus drug raid 

Etowah county officials say they have arrested two men who posed as narcotics officers and raided a house last week.   46 year old Billy Estes,  and 25 year old Jeremy Holderfield,  were both charged with impersonating a police officer after they identified themselves as narcotics officers and searched a house on Forrest Avenue in Gadsden Thursday night.  In the search, the men allegedly took two weapons and about 40 oxycodone pills.  The two men also face first-degree theft of property and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.  Investigators said the impersonation was discovered when the people who lived at the house went to the drug enforcement unit office Friday with questions about the items that were taken in the bogus raid.  


Jacksonville Elderly Housing 

Jacksonville City Council members heard  the first reading Monday night for  a proposed rezoning of property along Gardner Drive and Lynn Drive to allow construction of housing for the elderly.  Tommy Ward, director of development for  Florence-based Gateway Construction told the council in a public hearing on the request that his company recently received $200,000 in grants for construction of the project.  Gateway is proposing to build some 46 apartment units on 10 acres for residents 55 and older.  Mayor Johnny Smith said there is a need in Jacksonville.  Ward said that the housing is aimed at residents who receive 50 to 60 percent of the median income in Calhoun County.

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