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Smith, who lives about a block from the jail where two inmates escaped their faulty shackles on a 10-man chain gang, said he was initially scared when he heard his front door open and then became angryRichardson remained in jail without bond on multiple felony charges, including first-degree theft, four counts of vehicle burglary, and two counts each of second- and third-degree theft.I'll be glad when the new jail is built. Smith reported $100 damage to his door from Richardson's break-in.Gov.

Bob Riley approved a $5,000 reward in exchange for information leading to the arrest and conviction in the Kendrick Cedrick Deloney case.Deloney's body was found in the trunk of his vehicle on March 9, and Decatur police believe it was a homicide as part of a robbery. Morgan County District Attorney Bob Burrell requested the reward March 12 and announced confirmation Thursday.Anyone wishing to offer information in the case can contact Decatur police at 341-4660 or the following members of the robbery/homicide unit: Sgt.

Proncey Robertson, 341-4641; Conveyancer Fees investigator Dave Williams, 341-4656; or investigator Rick Archer, 341-4647.A U.S. House committee approved $2 million for Veterans Parkway and $5 million for extension of Interstate 565 west into Decatur, plus $1 million for an interchange at Tanner, U.S. Rep. Bud Cramer said Thursday.Officials in Athens and Decatur welcomed the news, with Athens Mayor Dan Williams saying the planned exchange will be his city's new "gateway."

"This is a continuing effort on his (Cramer's) part to support efforts to find ways to finance Veterans Parkway and the initial part of I-565 into Decatur, which is critical to the future of Decatur as far as development is concerned, as well as the safety issue," Mayor Lynn Fowler said.I really applaud his efforts to provide this level of support.Although the area is in the Tanner community, the northern portion is in the city limits.