Sunday Aug 24
Anniston man found not guilty because of mental illness in beating death of hospital roommate
A judge ordered this week that an Anniston man must go to a mental health facility after finding him not guilty of murder because he is mentally ill, court records show.
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The department plans to send Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Ashley Frez to a three-day seminar beginning September 3rd in Anniston, Alabama.
Newest Ariton Police Officer is First to Attend Full-Time Academy
James Bradley is the first officer for the Ariton Police Department to complete the full time police academy.
Bryan County News
Crash kills 3rd ID band member
Staff Sgt. Joseph L. Cunningham, 36, of Anniston, Ala., was killed in a head-on collision on Highway 196 near Glennville around 1 a.m., according to a news release from Fort Stewart.
The Macon Telegraph
Sheriff: More cameras on Silver Comet trail
About 47 high-resolution digital cameras would be added at about 21 locations along the trail in the first phase of the project, with more cameras added later.
Report: Anniston attorney charged in murder-for-hire plot arrested for similar jail plot
The Anniston Star is reporting that an Anniston attorney, already in jail in connection with an alleged murder-for-hire plot, faces another charge after prosecutors say he planned another murder while in jail.