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- Police arrest suspect in robbery of
- Todt named to SBA position
- Gadsden names new supt.
Police arrest suspect in robbery of
An 18 year old has been arrested by Anniston
police charged with two counts of robbery. According to Anniston
Police Chief John Dryden, Bradley Jacks committed the robberies
Tuesday night by following shoppers from the Walmart store in
Lenlock to their homes. The first robbery occurred at a residence
in Cane Creek at McClellan. The second robbery occurred when Jacks
followed Calhoun County Commissioner J. D. Hess to his home and
robbed him at gunpoint as he was unloading purchases from his car.
Dryden said that a description of the vehicle provided by Hess and
the other victim led to Jacks arrest at the Walmart as police
speculate he was searching for a third victim.
Todt named to SBA position
A former executive vice president of the
Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce Tom Todt, has been named district
director for the Small Business Administrations Alabama District
Office based in Birmingham. He began his duties as district
director on June 9. Before his appointment as Alabama District
Director, Todt served as a geographic information systems analyst at
the Alabama Army National Guard Training Center at Fort McClellan.
Todt is a former Army officer, having served for almost 12 years on
active duty in military police and personnel administration roles.
He also has 12 years experience in community and economic
development, including his service at the Calhoun County Chamber of
Gadsden names new supt.
Ed Miller was named superintendent of Gadsden
City Schools during a school board meeting Tuesday. Miller will
replace Bob Russell, who announced his resignation June 3. After
concerns from both sides on whether to hire Miller or conduct a
search for a candidate to fill the position, the board voted 4-3 to
name Miller as Russell’s successor. Miller will take office
effective Sept. 1.
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