Each week the Mobile County District Attorney’s Office travels to Montgomery to protest the early release of various inmates. These individuals have only served a fraction of their sentences and many times have incurred multiple disciplinary infractions while in DOC.
Jerel Anderson- This inmate was sentenced to 20 years after being convicted of Receiving Stolen Property 2nd, Burglary 3rd, and two counts of Receiving Stolen Property 1st. Since incarceration, this inmate has incurred 79 disciplinary infractions and in 2018 the defendant stabbed an inmate with a handmade knife
Demarcus Campbell- PAROLE DENIED. The defendant pled GUILTY to ROBBERY 1ST in 2016. Campbell and two other codefendants, wearing masks and armed with guns, entered the Galaxy Social Club and forcefully took various items before being captured by law enforcement. Campbell has served 6 years of his 20-year sentence and has incurred 6 disciplinary infractions while incarcerated. Campbell will be eligible for parole again in 2022.
Alexander Johnson- PAROLE DENIED. This inmate was sentenced to 10 years after being found guilty of Theft of Property 1st. In 2016 the defendant unlawfully removed a victim’s vehicle He has served 1 year of his sentence and already has 3 disciplinary infractions since incarceration. Johnson will be eligible for parole in January 2020.
Danielle Weaver- PAROLE DENIED. This defendant was sentenced to 3 years after being found guilty of Escape 1st and Assualt 2nd. In 2017, she attempted to stab and escape an officer. She has served 8 months of her sentence.
Darnell Walker- PAROLE DENIED. This defendant was sentenced to 3 years after being found guilty of Theft of Property 1st in 2018. He has served 8 months of his sentence.
Rashaun Williams- PAROLE DENIED. The defendant was sentenced to 20 years for two Robbery 1st convictions. Both of these robberies involved a deadly weapon. He has served 10 years of his sentence and has obtained 29 disciplinary infractions since incarceration. He will be eligible for parole again in 2021.