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Warrants Page HA The Annliton Star, Wednesday, March I, IMS issued in White defense asks for change of venue slaying By CHRISTOPHER SMITH Star Staff Writer Capital murder warrants have been Issued for two men thought to be Involved In the Thursday shotgun slaying of a Riverside convenience store operator. St. Clair and Colbert county Authorities have issued warrants for Colon Levon Guthrie, 31, and Harvey Lee Windsor, 24, both of Tito danfiot aW"OaaaaBJBaMBaaa Jackson County. A nationwide alert for the two suspects has been issued and Riverside Police Chief Don Lowe said Til 4n tensive statewide search is under way. Guthrie is a white male, 6 feet tall and weighing approximately 140 pounds. He may have a full beard. Windsor is a white male, S feet 6 inches tall 13S pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. Authorities say Guthrie and Windsor are believed to be responsible for a crime spree Thursday that began with the murder and possible robbery of Riverside resident Ray W. Howard at Clement's Bait and Tackle. The two are also thought to be responsible for. two armed robberies in Franklin County and another robbery-murder In Colbert County.. The warrant for Windsor has been issued by Colbert County authorities 4nd the warrant for Guthrie has 3een issued by St. ClabvCourity authorities. Lowe said Windsor Is wanted for questioning in the Howard murder, but added there is not enough evidence at this time to issue a capital murder warrant on him. Colbert County Sheriff Buddy Aldridge said officials expect to Issue a warrant on Guthrie sometime today. Both , law enforcement officials said the warrants resulted from an extensive exchange of information . between the Alabama Bureau of Investigation, St. Clair, Franklin and Colbert county authorities and local police. , "That was the big thing, just figuring out who it was," Lowe said. 'Everyone from the DA to the coroner has helped." Lowe said a 20-gauge shotgun was nsed in the Colbert County and -Riverside murders. Franklin County Sheriff Larry Blott said a .22 caliber rifle was taken in one of the robberies there. "We suspect they (Guthrie and Windsor) have at least five different weapons now after the robberies," Lowe said. Franklin County authorities were the first to discover the name of one of the suspects. After the Thursday robberies, they used a computer-assisted license plate search which indirectly revealed Windsor's name. Blott said the two may be traveling together In a metal-gray -1979-83 Ford Mustang with Alabama license plate 39BY 845, but the two 'may have already ditched that vehicle. ; Lowe said he received a report Tuesday that the pair were on a motorcycle In the northern part of the state. Anniston man held on charge of rape A West Anniston man was arrested on rape charges on Tuesday, Anniston police reports show. ., The 28-year-old, whose Identity was not released by authorltes, is being held in the Anniston City Jail oh a $10,000 bond, police said. " Police said the alleged Incident occurred several weeks ago. Murder warrant issued for George TALLADEGA - A capital murder warrant has been Issued for Larry Donald George, the "gun fanatic" who is believed to have killed two Talladegans last month. I George, S3, has been on the run from the law since the Feb. 12 : shooting of Janice Morris and Ralph Swain in a Brecon apartment. Police believe George killed the two with the same 9mm gun he allegedly used to wound his estranged wife. Ms. Morris lived next door to Mrs. George, and authorities believe Mrs. George went to her apartment in an effort to call police after an argument. Under Alabama law, the murder of two or more people is a capital Offense. Fcrm report FOKT PAYNI - Htrt It fha llvattock mar-tot rtport from Tuatday tain at Fort Payna Stockyard. Inc. Racalptt tor tha waak wtra 1. 1 SO compared to N5 tor ma pravlout waafc. Racalptt a yaar ago wara 1,H1. FEEDER CLASSES: Built titan (good S cholca) - 200-300 lb., 101.00-134.00; 3CO-400 Ibt.. 100 00-1 17.00; 400-500 Ibt., aa.tO-IU.00; 500-aOO lot., S3.O0-as.S0. STEERS: tOO-400 Ibt.. 50-03 30 HEIFERS (good a, cholca) - 200-300 Ibt.. W 00-110.00; 300-400 Ibt.. tl.S0-W.S0; 400-500 Ibt., 7 00-t 50; 500-400 Ibt., 7I.00-ro.SO; 400-700 Ibt.. 7l.00-7i.SO. SLAUGHTER CLASSES: Catvat (good l cholca) - at 00-75 00. COWS: Utility, SIM down; cuttar, 40 00 down; canntr t cullt, 44.00 down. BULLS: Haavy. 43.90 down. By CHRISTOPHER SMITH. Star Staff Writer ASHVILLE - The defense attorney for accused murderer Chris White presented arguments and sub-poeanaed documents Tuesday in St. Clair Circuit Court in support of a motion to have the capital murder trial moved to another county. Circuit Judge Carl D. NeSmith presided over the pretrial hearing and said he will take under consideration the defense's change of venue motion as well as its other numerous motions. White, 17, is accused of being an accomplice in the 1985 murder and robbery of Ragland convenience store clerk Missy Macon. White's defense attorney, Bill Hereford of Pell City, contends the case has engendered too much publicity for his client to be tried by an impartial Jury. About 20 representatives from TV stations, radio stations, and newspapers from around the state were present in the courtroom in response to subpoenas issued b, the defense. The subpoenas required" the media to submit documentation of press coverage given to the Missy Macon case. THE VARIOUS media representatives also were required to supply information about the size of their circulation, listening audience and viewing audience. Almost all the media representatives were allowed to leave once they submitted their documents. Three reporters from area news papers were asked to remain and give testimony. Hereford asked the reporters about the total coverage given by their newspapers to the Missy Macon case. He also asked whether the reporters had covered the jury selection for the Cayce Moore trial. Moore was convicted in August of being the trigger man in the murder and sentenced to life without parole. White and Scott Davis are accused of helping Moore carry out the real-life version of the fantasy game "Top Secret." THE REPORTERS testified that of the potential jurors interviewed by Moore's defense attorney, Rusty MacDonald, two at most had not heard of the murder. Hereford has filed numerous dis covery motions to obtain, among other things, Information about discussions between St. Clair County District Attorney Van Davis and Scott Davis. He has also asked , NeSmith to impose a ban on extra-judicial statements about the case by himself and the district attorney. Van Davis said he hadSno problem. with such a motion since federal court rules already require such a ban. NeSmith did not say when he will rule on the motions. White was not present at the hearing and is currently free on bond. His trial is scheduled to begin May 2. Teacher acquitted in paddling . MIDFIELD, Ala. (AP) A fifth-grade teacher was acquitted of an assault charge in the paddling of a student, but the child's mother is considering civil action against the 32-year veteran. Almost 50 parents and teachers cheered the decision of Midfield Municipal Court Judge Robert Huey, who cleared Lois Pinkney of the third-degree assault charge Tuesday night. David Cole, a parent who testified on Ms. Pinkney's behalf, called her "one of the most respected teachers over there (at Rutledge School)." rnrn LJVJUVI America's Supermarket WINN-DIXIE M0NT00MERV. INC. COPYRIGHT 1988. 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