Repeat offender denied parole by the board

During a hearing on June 13th, the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles rejected the parole request of an individual who was found guilty of crimes in both Lowndes and Baldwin counties.

Addison McDonald, who is 53 years old, has been denied parole for his conviction of robbery in October 2013 and for a second-degree theft of property sentence that was given to him on September 22, 2014.

McDonald is currently residing in the Fountain Correctional Center. Unfortunately, his request was denied by the board and no reset date was established.

Before his current imprisonment, McDonald had spent three years in jail for being convicted of robbery in Lowndes County, and six years for possessing a controlled substance in Butler County back in 2003.

Back in 1994, McDonald’s run-ins with the law landed him a two-year prison sentence for second-degree theft of property. In April of 1995, he was sentenced again for escape third and burglary third. After that, he was convicted for possessing a controlled substance and theft of property in the second degree in November of 1996. He spent almost three years behind bars before finally being granted parole.

During its session, the board considered a total of 24 parole petitions. Out of these, four were granted while 20 were denied.

During their session, the board conducted 10 pardon hearings. They granted six of the requests, denied another six, and decided to continue one for a later date.

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