HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - A former Arab police officer faces a parole hearing next week after a woman claimed he threatened to kill her and their two children two days after his release from prison.
The 33-year-old Shane Alldredge, released on parole from the Limestone Correctional Facility April 13, turned himself in to the Cullman County Sheriff's Department April 24 on a domestic violence warrant. A jury convicted him in 2006 of seeking personal gain for the purpose of influencing an official action. He was found guilty of soliciting sex in exchange for not writing traffic tickets against four women.
Alldredge began serving a three-year sentence in November after
exhausting appeals. He was released on parole for good behavior.
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