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Headlines from Alabama 810 News
- Anniston reports another rape
- Teen injured in fire
- Free Fishing Day
Anniston reports another rape
Anniston police are investigating another rape
in the city, but say they do not believe it is the work of a serial
rapist that has raped as many as five other women in the city over
the past six months. Police say the latest incident, a rape,
kidnapping and robbery occurred on May 5 on Cobb Avenue in Anniston.
Police say the assailant took the womans purse during the incident.
Police Chief John Dryden said the case is probably not connected to
a series of other rapes police believe are related. In each of the
other cases, the victims were raped at gunpoint and then forced to
drive to ATM machines at various banks to withdraw money. The
attacks have occurred in an area between East 15th and 22nd streets
and police have warned residents in that area to beware of a "sexual
Teen injured in fire
A 15-year-old Hokes Bluff teen is recovering
today from second and third degree burns after being injured in a
fire around midnight Tuesday night. The teen and some others
apparently were using gasoline to start a campfire and some of the
gasoline spilled on him. The fire occurred in a shop near a house on
Sibert Mill Road off U.S. 278 when he poured the gasoline into a cup
and spilled it. Fire officials say the believe the gas fumes caused
fire to break out in the shop when someone struck a match. A Jeep,
four-wheelers and other items were destroyed in the fire. The
teenager sustained second- and third-degree burns on his legs and
was transported to a local hospital.
Free Fishing Day
This Saturday is Free Fishing Day in Alabama.
Each year, The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural
Resources Commissioner designates a “Free Fishing Day” for the
public to fish recreationally in public waters without a fishing
license. Commissioner M. Barnett Lawley has designated this
Saturday, June 7, 2008, as this year’s Free Fishing Day. The law,
approved by the Alabama Legislature, allows an annual free day of
fishing when residents and non-residents may fish without a fishing
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