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Police arrest 2 on drug charges

Decatur police arrested two people on charges of drug distribution and seized drugs and weapons.

Marilyn Lynn Stowe, 40, of 3438 Gordon Terry Parkway, Trinity, was charged with two counts of unlawful distribution of a controlled substance, police said.

Howard Stanley Miller, 37, of 1619 11th St. S.E., Decatur, was charged with unlawful distribution of a controlled substance and second-degree possession of marijuana.

Police said they arrested the two last week on U.S. 31 South and then searched Miller’s residence, seizing controlled substances, marijuana, two semiautomatic handguns and two shotguns.

Both were released from the Morgan County Jail, Stowe on $3,000 bond and Miller on $2,000 bond.

Steve Stewart

TVAannounces license application

NuStart Energy Consortium and the Tennessee Valley Authority submitted an application for a combined operating license for Bellefonte Nuclear Plant near Scottsboro.

NuStart and TVA want to build a Westinghouse dual-unit AP1000 reactor at the Bellefonte facility. U.S. Rep. Bud Cramer, D-Huntsville, applauded the application to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Tuesday at a press conference at the U.S. Capitol Building.

According to a release from Cramer’s office, the NRC should take between three and four years to review Bellefonte’s application. If approved, Bellefonte would be one of the few nuclear facilities in the country in more than 30 years to receive a license.

Bayne Hughes

Trinity man charged with satellite theft

MOULTON — Lawrence County Sheriff’s investigators arrested a Trinity man and charged him with second-degree theft of property Tuesday, Sheriff Gene Mitchell said.

Joshua Robert Reynolds, 25, of 297 Lawrence County 591 is charged with taking a satellite dish from a residence on Law-rence County 331 Saturday.

Reynolds became a suspect after investigators contacted local salvage yards about the satellite dish, Mitchell said. He was in Lawrence County Jail on Tuesday in lieu of $1,000 bond.

Nancy Glasscock

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