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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Drill today at Anniston Army Depot
  • County defends decision on animal control
  • Suicide victim murder suspect



Suspect arrested in Anniston shooting             

Local emergency agencies will have a chance to hone their response skills today as they react to a simulated accident at the Anniston Army Depot today.   During the Drill, Residents will hear the Westminster chimes on the siren system and see emergency vehicles heading toward Jacksonville. Officials say that in  the event of an actual chemical weapons incident, residents would hear a whoop tone. Observers from other chemical weapons storage facilities and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the U.S. Army and the Center for Domestic Preparedness will be on hand to grade the annual Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program drill. The drills began as a response to possible chemical weapons storage accidents or leaks and later encompassed potential accidents at the chemical weapons incinerator when destruction operations began in 2003.


County defends decision on animal control 

The Etowah County Commission defended its decision to cancel its contract with the Etowah County Humane Society Tuesday.
In a press release Tuesday afternoon, the County Commission expressed its commitment to the decision it made last month, saying it took all necessary steps to legally terminate the contract and that the Humane Society was fully aware of the county’s plan to build its own shelter.  Humane Society officials issued their own press release, saying that after careful review of the contract and correspondence from the Etowah County Commission, no breach of contract has been committed.  Simms said that the main focus of the animal control program is to serve taxpayers and the welfare of the animals.
The Humane Society said it adheres to the codes of the state of Alabama. It maintains contracts with the cities of Gadsden and Attalla. Etowah County commissioners have signed a contract with Calhoun county to utilize the Calhoun county animal control center while they construct their own shelter.

Suicide victim murder suspect 

A Pelham man who shot himself to death Monday in a Columbiana parking lot was wanted in the slaying of a Vestavia Hills man. Talladega County Sheriff Jerry Studdard said the body of 32 year old William Michael Johnson, was found about 6:15 a.m. in a Jeep Cherokee that belonged to his mother. Studdard said Johnson was being sought in connection with a Feb. 8 shooting death in Talladega County. He said Johnson had phoned his mother earlier Monday to say he was going to surrender. He said a warrant was to have been issued Monday charging Johnson with murder in connection with the fatal shooting of 72 year old Billy Cate, of Vestavia Hills. Cate was found dead in a tractor shed near a farm home he owned on McGowans Ferry Road out from Talladega. Studdard said Johnson had performed plumbing work for Cate. A fugitive task force from the U.S. Marshal's Office had been seeking Johnson.

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