7 inmates from local cases up for parole
MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles will consider parole for seven inmates convicted of Colbert County crimes, authorities said.
The days and hearings include the following:
-(Tuesday) Kenneth Bradley Keller, who has served 13 years, 7 months of a 20-year sentence for two counts of unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle, one count of second-degree domestic violence and one count of third-degree burglary and has a prior second-degree burglary offense.
-(Tuesday) Johnny Oneal Landers, who has served 7 years, 7 months of a 20-year sentence on two counts of second-degree burglary, and has prior convictions of second-degree theft of property, first-degree attempted robbery, second-degree arson, third-degree robbery and second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
-(Wednesday) Hunter Cole Beck, who has served 1 year and nearly 1 month of a 5-year sentence for offenses against a person and also has a third-degree burglary conviction.
-(Wednesday) Robert Edward Lynch III, who has served 1 year, 2 months of a 4-year sentence for third-degree burglary.
-(Wednesday) James Jackson Pace, who has served 13 years, 7 months of a 15-year sentence for first-degree sodomy and first-degree rape.
-(Thursday) Timothy Joe Appling, who has served 9 months of a 10-year, 5-month sentence on three counts of first-degree theft of property in Colbert County and one count each of second-degree theft of property in Lauderdale and Franklin counties, and has 10 prior convictions of third-degree burglary and one of second-degree escape in Houston County, as well as four drug-related convictions and nine theft-related convictions in Tuscaloosa County.
-(Thursday) Steven Noyola, who has served 1 year, 9 months of a 10-year sentence for a conviction of offenders against others.