3 inmates in local cases have parole hearings
The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles will consider parole this week for three inmates who have been convicted in Shoals-related cases, authorities said.
Shauna Marie Davis is up for parole Wednesday, while Claude Bennet Reatherford and James Wesley Tyler Tingle are up Thursday, said Terry Abbott, director of communications for the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles.
Davis has served just over a year of a 5-year sentence for a 2019 conviction on third-degree robbery in Colbert County, according to the Alabama Department of Corrections. She is in the Montgomery Women’s Facility.
Reatherford has served 1 year, 4 months of a 5-year sentence for a Lauderdale County conviction of possession of a controlled substance, according to corrections officials. He is in the North Alabama Community Work Center.
Tingle has served 1 year, 7 months of a six-year sentence on a Lauderdale County conviction of first-degree receiving stolen property, and is in the Bibb County Correctional Facility, authorities said. He also has three prior burglary convictions, as well as one for receiving stolen property and theft of property.