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Headlines from Alabama 810 News
- County to seek help from cities in
budget for Sheriffs Department
- Two killed in Alexandria wreck
- Democrats target Rogers congressional
County to seek help from cities in budget
for Sheriffs Department
Faced with increasing operating costs and
increased patrol areas, Calhoun county sheriff Larry Amerson and the
Calhoun County commissioners are working together to seek answers on
how to address funding issues for the department. With Anniston set
to abandon it’s police jurisdiction at the end of this month, the
sheriff is seeking an additional 14 deputies. Calhoun County
Commission Chairman Eli Henderson says they are hoping to finalize
an agreement with Anniston which will help with funding earmarking a
portion of the sales tax collected by the city in the police
jurisdiction for the Sheriffs Department. Henderson says that he
and the sheriff will be seeking help from the cities for funding.
Henderson said they will be meeting with the city leaders during
their planning sessions over the coming weeks.
Two killed in Alexandria wreck
A two vehicle accident Wednesday evening has
claimed the lives to two Ohatcheee residents. State troopers say
the accident occurred near 7:30 Wednesday evening some three miles
south of Alexandria on U.S. 431. 19 year old Cory Curtis driving a
2006 acura was killed in the accident as well as a passenger
identified as 20 year old Corey Pressley, both were from Ohatchee.
Troopers say that another passenger in the vehicle was injured, he
was identified as 20 year old Josh Hulbert of Alexandria, he was
transported to Regional Medical Center in Anniston for treatment.
Troopers say the cause of the accident remains under investigation.
Democrats target Rogers congressional seat
The national Democratic Congressional Campaign
Committee says races for two open U.S. House seats may not be the
only Congressional races worth watching in Alabama. The campaign
committee on Wednesday listed Montgomery attorney
Josh Segall's bid to unseat incumbent Republican Congressman Mike
Rogers of Saks in the 3rd Congressional District as an "emerging
race" to watch. The designation means the party is considering the
race as one where they will give money to a candidate trying to win
a seat currently held by a Republican. The Democratic nominee for
the open 2nd Congressional District race, Montgomery Mayor Bobby
Bright, is already slated to receive financial help from what the
party calls it's "red to blue" program. Alabama's other open seat
is in the 5th Congressional District, but a Democrat already holds
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