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Fort Payne Times Journal (Newspaper) - February 2, 2007, Fort Payne, Alabama Feburary 2, 2007 worth inside today's edition DEKALB COUNTY'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER worth inside today's edition -J OURN AL Only 50 cents FRID CHURCHES PLAN GAME INSIDE FAITH OP PLAYERS SHIELDS HONORED INSIDE SPORTS TODAY'S HEADLINES Shelby To Visit DeKalb U.S. Senator Richard Shelby will visit DeKalb County on Saturday at 10 a.m. at the DeKalb Theatre in Fort Shelby will discuss his agenda for YOUR RIGHT TOKNI Councils The Rainsville City Council will meet Monday at 5 at City The Fort Payne City Council meets Tuesday at 6 at City The Town Council will meet Tuesday at 6:30 at Town - The Henagar City Council will meet Feb. 12 at 6 at City The Ider Town Council will meet Feb. 12 at 6 at Town The Mentone Town Council will meet Feb. 12 at 6 at Town Other The Valley Head Water Works Board will meet Feb. 12 at 4 at the water works office board Money Matters Choosing the right filing status is Not only does it determine the tax rate that applies to your taxable but also the amount of standard deduction you're eligible for and the types of deductions and credits you can MARKET The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained more than 50 points Page A2 FORECAST HIGH Today's weather is 46 expected to be chilly with a mix of sun and Low 21 * INSIDE Dear Stock TV Vol. 129, No. 24 To call 845- 2550 or 1-800-34TIMES Sex predator suspect indicted A federal grand jury said man will stand trial for By Kati Burns ' A Georgia man arrested Jan. 19 for allegedly sending sexually explicit messages via the Internet to a 13-year-old girl in DeKalb County was indicted this week by a federal grand jury in According to U.S. Attorney Alice H. Ralph Wilson 46 of was indicted for communicating with a minor in DeKalb County over the telephone and Internet to attempt to entice and coerce the minor to engage in unlawful sexual alleged sexual communications with DeKalb girl ties from Dec. 6,2006 through Jan. 19. A criminal complaint was filed Jan. 19, and Knight was arrested in Georgia that same He is in federal custody without a FBI agents investigated the case with assistance from the DeKalb County Sheriff's j DeKalb County Sheriff Jimmy Harris said previously that investigators had set up a and eventually confiscated See A3 Ralph Knight WORKING WITH WHAT YOU'VE GOT Drug report card shows busy year photo by Dusty Devin Gilliam and his older built a snowman dressed in clothes at their home in Fort Payne on Woman indicted for mail identity theft She allegedly used another's identity to get credit card By Kati Burns A Flat Rock woman was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges she stole another woman's identity to obtain a cell phone and a credit Angela 38, faced a indictment alleging she committed three counts of mail fraud and three counts of aggravated identity According to U.S. Attorney Alice Howard allegedly devised a scheme to defraud World Financial Network National Bank by obtaining an Abercrombie & Fitch credit card in the name of Tara also of Flat to be mailed to Howard's Howard then allegedly bought clothing items using the That alleged See A3 DA says drug arrests labs down during 2006 By Greg Purvis DeKalb County law enforcement received praise from District Attorney Mike O'Dell for their continuing efforts to halt the rising tide of even as the drug task force prepares for what Commander Darrell Collins says will be another extremely busy O'Dell issued his annual report card for DeKalb County's 2006 drug intervention had over 300 arrests last O'Dell vast majority of them involved manufacturing and According to figures provided by the drug task force seized 10,835 grams of 1,909 of 48,152 grams of another 6,532 marijuana plants the last made a lot of progress in the past O'Dell O'Dell added that three years ago DeKalb and Cherokee counties seized more meth labs than the entire New England region of the including New York and New seeing a shift away from homegrown meth and more importation of meth in its ice Collins According to the See A3 File photo Task force Commander Darrell Collins said authorities are working to stop drugs in 2 meth labs are busted Authorities arrest four suspects for crimes By Kati Burns kburns The DeKalb County Drug Task Force closed out the first month of the new year with several successful arrests and the seizure of two methamphetamine DeKalb County Sheriff Jimmy Harris said investigators with the district attorney's office attempted to execute a bad check search warrant Wednesday at 355 County Road 102 in Deputies and Sylvania officers accompanied Renee Lynn 28 of Henagar and Bobby Joe 36 of Rising were Both were charged with second-degree manufacture of a controlled i See A3 Medz Computer Consultants 845-9953 DEKALB REGIONAL M E 0 I C A I CENTER First Southern Fort Payne State Bank 8nltAvi.N.(S!8*liSt. 997-9900 ah Bank You'll Ever Need Serving Jackson and DeKalb counties since 1910. 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