Numerous local and regional inmates to have parole hearings next week

WINSTON COUNTY - The following Alabama Department of Corrections inmates, who have local ties, will have parole hearings next week:

Christopher John Key, sentenced in Winston County in 2017  to 10 years in prison for manufacturing a controlled substance;

Jesse Dale Abbott, sentenced in Winston County in 2019 to 5 years in prison for possession/receipt of a controlled substance - Class D felony and being a convict destroying state property;

Ernest Lee Coker, sentenced in Cullman County in 2009 to 15 years in prison for sodomy second degree;

James Edward Doss, sentenced in Cullman County in 2018 to 60 months in prison for 3 counts of distribution of a controlled substance.  A concurrent sentence of 90 months in prison was given to Doss in 2019 for three additional counts of the same offense.

Kendrick Oneal Nalls, sentenced in Marion County in 2018 to 3 years in prison for a Class A felony drug offense, then sentenced in 2019 to an 8-year concurrent sentence in Fayette County for distribution of a controlled substance.

Scotty Ray Triplett, sentenced  in Marion County in 2019 to 5 years in prison for three counts of possession/receipt of a controlled substance (Class D felony) and escape third degree.

Cody James Callahan, sentenced in Walker County in 2018 to 10 years in prison for third degree burglary and third degree escape, and a five year concurrent sentence for third degree theft of property, a class D felony.

Charles Daniel Fitch, sentenced in Madison County in 2018 to 5 years in prison for a Class A felony drug offense, along with a 15-year concurrent sentence for distribution of a controlled substance in Cullman County.

Dennis Jayson Montgomery, sentence in Lawrence County to 20 years in prison for three counts of first degree theft of property; a 15-year concurrent sentence for second degree receiving stolen property and unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle, with the breaking and entering charge from Colbert County; a 10-year concurrent sentence for two counts of possession of a controlled substance; a 10-year concurrent sentence for second degree receiving stolen property; a 10-year concurrent sentence for second degree burglary and a five-year concurrent sentence for third degree burglary.

Tony Laray Owens, sentenced in Lawrence County in 2012 to 4 years in prison for third degree burglary, then sentenced in 2015 to a 10-year concurrent sentence out of Lawrence County for manufacturing a controlled substance and a 20-year concurrent sentence out of Morgan County for second degree assault.

Tonya Pollock, sentence in Franklin County in 2015 to 10 years in prison for manufacturing a controlled substance, along with a five-year consecutive sentence for second degree escape.  Sentenced in 2017 to a five-year concurrent sentence out of Walker County for third degree burglary.

Ryan Paul Sproul, sentenced in Marion County in 2018 to 15 years in prison for second degree escape and sentenced in Walker County in 2018 to a consecutive 46-month sentence to second degree theft of property.

Charlotte Self McClain, sentenced in Marion County in 2016 to 5 years in prison for manufacturing a controlled substance.


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