Four inmates with Shelby County convictions denied parole
FROM STAFF REPORTS
MONTGOMERY – Four Alabama inmates who were convicted of crimes in Shelby County were denied parole during hearings March 3-5.
The inmates considered by the Bureau of Pardons and Paroles included (charges listed include only those filed in Shelby County; each of the inmates has also been convicted of other crimes):
- James Adam Henderson, born 1979. Shelby County convictions include promoting prison contraband, two counts of third-degree burglary and possession of a controlled substance. Being held in the Childersburg Community Work Center, with release scheduled for March 25, 2021.
- Adam Dewayne Smith, born 1975. Shelby County convictions include second-degree theft of property, two counts of felony driving under the influence, two counts of first-degree assault and possession of a pistol after conviction of a violent crime. Being held at the Easterling Correctional Center, with release scheduled for April 6, 2035.
- John William McDuffie, born 1979. Shelby County convictions include second-degree theft of property. Being held at the Easterling Correctional Center, with release scheduled for Jan. 31, 2021.
- Tonya Richardson Lacenere, born 1980. Shelby County convictions include possession/receiving controlled substance. Being held at Tutwiler Annex, with release scheduled for Nov. 15.
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