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- Two bodies recovered in Anniston fire
- Murder warrant issued for Anniston man
- Jacksonville interested in mill
Two bodies recovered in Anniston fire
Anniston Police and fire investigators are
working to determine the identities of two people whose bodies were
found in a house fire in the 1400 block of Bancroft avenue in west
Anniston Saturday morning. Officials say the bodies were burned so
badly that dental records will have to be used to positively
identify them. Cause of death was not been determined, but police
are working the case as homicide. According to police, The house
reportedly is owned by an absentee landlord. The elderly tenant was
undergoing dialysis at the time of the incident and was uninjured
and told investigators that three people, two men and a woman, were
at the house when he left for the dialysis treatment. Authorities
say they have an idea as to the identities, but that positive
identification will be made thru dental records.
Murder warrant issued for Anniston man
A murder warrant has been issued for a 19 year
old Anniston man in connection with the Thursday night shooting
death of another 19 year old Anniston teen. The warrant charges
Courtney Elston, in connection with the shooting death 19-year-old
Andre Patterson of Anniston who was riding in a car on Gurnee
Avenue. Anniston police believe Elston fired shots into a 1995
Mercury Marquis just after 11 p.m. Thursday, killing Patterson
instantly. Two men were in the car with Patterson at the time of
the shooting. Police said the passengers heard gunshots and then
noticed Patterson had been hit. The men drove to a residence on the
200 block of McArthur Drive and called 911.
Jacksonville interested in mill property
While demolition is well underway on the former
union mill property in Jacksonville, Mayor Johnny Smith says the
city has an eye on purchasing the property once the demolition is
completed. Smith told city council members in a rescheduled council
meeting Friday afternoon that the owners said they wanted in excess
of 30 thousand dollars an acre for the property. Also Friday the
mayor said that work continues to progress on the cities water line
extension. The mayor said that the recent rains continue to improve
the cities water situation, but not enough to abandon the water
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