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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Suspect sought in Anniston shooting
  • Anniston native killed in Iraq
  • Saturday tornado strikes near Piedmont

 

Suspect sought in Anniston shooting 

Anniston police are seeking a suspect in the Saturday night shooting of two people in Anniston’s Glen Addie area. Police said the shootings occurred just before 7 p.m. Saturday night when two men were arguing, when one produced a firearm and fired multiple times at the other. Bullets struck both the man he was firing at and an elderly woman who was a bystander. The woman was struck in the ankle. The man was struck three times, in the right forearm, the right shoulder and the abdomen. Police said that they have a suspect, but the man fled after firing the shots.  

 

 

Anniston native killed in Iraq 

Funeral services for Army Capt. Torre Remoine Mallard, who was killed this week in Iraq, will be held Wednesday in his native Anniston.   The 27-year-old Mallard, a West Point graduate, was among three soldiers who died Monday in Balad Ruz, Iraq when their vehicle struck an explosive device.  The Pentagon originally listed Mallard as being from Oklahoma, where he had past ties. He had lived in Lawton, Okla. about five years ago when his father was stationed at Fort Sill.  Mallard's wife of four years, Bonita Mallard, lives in Killeen, Texas, with their two sons, 2-year-old Torre Jr., and 1-year-old Joshua, according to relatives.   Services will be Wednesday at 3 p.m. at 17th Street Baptist Church in Anniston. Mallard was born in Anniston. His grandparents live in Anniston, and his parents graduated from Anniston High School. 

 

Saturday tornado strikes near Piedmont 

While authorities in Georgia begin cleanup today from a series of weekend storms that sent tornados thru downtown Atlanta, authorities say that a  tornado touched down in Cherokee County just north of Piedmont late Saturday morning, damaging a house and a barn. No one was injured. The house and barn on Cherokee County Road 10 suffered roof damage from a tornado that was in the area for just one minute.  Officials said the tornado was rated as a two on a scale of five on the enhanced Fujita scale used to measure tornado strength.  A tornado in Blount County killed at least six cows and hundreds of chickens and destroyed hundreds of trees over the period of around five minutes. It also rated as a two on the Fujita scale. The same storm system moved east into Georgia killing at least two people in Polk and Floyd counties in northwest Georgia.
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