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Montgomery County Mugshots (11/15/20 – 11/21/20)

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1/20Mugshots 11.15-11.21 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/20BENDER, TENNEYSON – Parole Violation Show Caption Hide Caption 3/20BENNETT, JOE – Theft of Property 1st Show Caption Hide Caption 4/20BUCHANAN, DEVIN – Probation Violation Show Caption Hide Caption 5/20CHANCE, GRIGSBY – Theft of Property-Harassment Show Caption Hide Caption 6/20CLEVELAND, BRANDON – Shooting or Discharging Weapon into Occupied Building or Vehicle Show Caption Hide…

Former House Speaker Mike Hubbard Transferred to State Prison

Former Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard has been moved to a state prison to serve time for his ethics convictions. Corrections records showed Thursday that Hubbard has been transferred into state custody from a county jail. But it’s not clear where he will be incarcerated for good. The state website indicated he was being taken to Draper Correctional Facility. A…

ADOC: Inmate Dies from Injuries in Assault at Atmore Prison

A state inmate has died after being assaulted by another prisoner. The Alabama Department of Corrections says Demarcus Fernando Harrison, 46, died last week from injuries sustained during an apparent inmate-on-inmate assault. Harrison’s exact cause of death is pending a full autopsy. The prison system said the assault at Fountain Prison in Atmore is under investigation. The U.S. Department of…

Montgomery Man Sentenced to 10 Years on Child Pornography Charges

Arrest Date: 3/15/18Charge(s): Porn Obscene Matter (10 counts) On Wednesday, August 26, Charles Bennett Salter III, 38, of Montgomery, was sentenced to 121 months (10 years) in prison after pleading guilty to possession of child pornography, announced United States Attorney Louis V. Franklin, Sr. The pronounced sentence in this case was at the very top of the federal sentencing guidelines….

Two Men Indicted in 2002 Murder of Run DMC’s Jam Master Jay

Two men have been indicted in the 2002 killing of hip hop artist Jam Master Jay, which until now had been one of New York City’s most notorious unsolved killings. The suspects were identified in court papers as Ronald Washington, who is currently serving a federal prison sentence stemming from a string of robberies he committed while on the run…

Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Released from Prison to Serve Remaining Sentence on House Arrest

President Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen was released from federal prison Thursday to serve the remainder of his sentence at home. Cohen has been serving a federal prison sentence at FCI Otisville in New York after pleading guilty to numerous charges, including campaign finance fraud and lying to Congress. Cohen arrived at his Manhattan apartment building…

Bibb Co. Man Sentenced to 17 Years for Killing Man in Argument Over Tattoo

A Bibb County man convicted of manslaughter has learned his fate. Charles Ryan Carroll was sentenced to 17 years for manslaughter. Carroll shot and killed Fonzo Cadell in an argument over a tattoo. Police say Cadell went to Carroll’s home to get a tattoo but Carroll refused due to being intoxicated. After an argument ensued, Carroll shot Cadell in the…

ADOC Conducts Raid at Easterling Correctional Facility to Eliminate Illegal Contraband

The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) Tuesday announced it has completed a joint law enforcement Operation Restore Order raid to locate and eliminate illegal contraband at Easterling Correctional Facility (Easterling) in Clio. Following careful and strategic planning to ensure operational safety and success, ADOC officials launched the Restore Order mass search at 4:00 a.m. CST with support from more than…

Montgomery Woman Sentenced to 11 Years for Her Role in Armed Robbery Spree

On February 12, Diamond Markayla Mathis, 24, of Montgomery, was sentenced to 132 months in federal prison for her role in committing multiple armed robberies and violating federal firearms laws, announced U.S. Attorney Louis V. Franklin, Sr., FBI Special Agent in Charge James Jewell, and Montgomery Police Chief Ernest Finley.  Following her 11-year prison sentence, Mathis will be on supervised…

Group Fights for Rights of Current, Former Inmates

One group is fighting for the rights of former and current incarcerated people impacted by Alabama’s prison system. The Ordinary People Society held a rally in front of the office Tuesday. Organization Founder, Kenneth Glasgow, led the rally to demand equality for the inmates mistreated in the system. Family members were given the opportunity to share their concerns about the…