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- Jacksonville man pleads guilty to
- Stop the violence meeting Wednesday in
- Fallen officers to be remembered
Jacksonville man pleads guilty to murder
A Jacksonville man is facing a possible life
prison sentence after pleading guilty to murder in the death of a
woman in an Oct. 10 traffic accident. 47 year old Timothy Gerard
Crump, of Vann Street in Jacksonville, was arrested Oct. 14, when he
was released from UAB Hospital in Birmingham. Crump, who police say
was an organist at a church in Oxford, pleaded guilty to killing 57
year old Janice Mayo Yates, of Coldwater Road, after his Ford
Explorer collided with her Ford Crown Victoria between the Royal Inn
and No. 1 China Buffet on Alabama 21. Yates was pronounced dead at
the scene. Crump will be sentenced before Circuit Judge Brian Howell
on June 25. Crump could face a sentence of 10 to 99 years, or
Stop the violence meeting Wednesday in
Another Stop the Violence community meeting is
set for Wednesday night in Anniston. The meeting will get underway
at 6 p.m. at the Refuge Full Gospel Methodist Church on East 22nd
St.. The meeting will give residents a chance to address concerns
over a series of rapes and other violent crimes that have been
occurring in the area. City officials say they will be on hand to
give residents a chance to ask questions and voice their concerns.
The mayor, several members of the City Council and Police Chief John
Dryden plan to attend. Anniston police investigators have urged
residents in the east 15th and 22nd street
areas to be on the alert after a sexual predator raped and robbed at
least three women in the last six months. Refuge Full Gospel
Methodist Church is the corner of 22nd Street and Christine Avenue.
For more information on the community meeting, call 240-7200. In
addition, Calhoun county sheriff Larry Amerson has announced a
community fun day this Saturday from 10 till 2 at the Glen Addie
Homes on Glen Addie Avenue in Anniston. THeire will be games for
the children along with free hot dogs, popcorn, cotton candy and
more. Both the Anniston Police department and the Sheriffs office
will have officers to meet and greed the residents. The event is
sponsored by the Stop the Violence committee and a number of
churches in the community.
Fallen officers to be remembered
Third district congressman Mike Rogers will be
the Keynote speaker Wednesday for Calhoun County’s 2nd
Annual Law Enforcement Memorial at the Anniston Vietnam War Memorial
in Anniston. Located between 17th and 18th
Streets on Quintard Ave. the ceremony will begin at 1:00 p.m. This
ceremony is held in conjunction with National Law Enforcement.
Wednesday’s ceremony will honor all fallen law enforcement officers
especially those in Calhoun County. In 2007, 181 law enforcement
officers were killed in the performance of their duties making last
year one of the deadliest years for officers in over a decade.
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