Mocobizscene- On January 9th, the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles approved Jeremy Lee Gardner’s parole request.
Gardner, who is 52 years old, is currently serving two life sentences for trafficking methamphetamines from Lowndes and Covington counties. He is housed at the Loxley Work Release facility. In addition to the life sentences, he is also serving a 20-year term for possessing a controlled substance from Conecuh County. At the time of his parole petition, Gardner had already completed over 10 years of his combined sentences.
The board has made a decision, imposing special conditions on Gardner. He will need to complete the Perry County Probation/Parole Reentry Education Program (PREP) and undergo a drug assessment. Before being granted parole for his current prison terms, Gardner was previously granted parole in 2009. At that time, he had served four years of a 15-year sentence starting from 2005. The sentence was for possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture and manufacturing a controlled substance in Covington County.
On January 9th, the parole board heard a total of 29 hearings. Out of those, 10 were granted parole while 19 were denied. Additionally, the board reviewed 11 pardon requests, approving seven and rejecting four.
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