Parole board makes decision on three inmates from Chilton
Published 1:51 pm Wednesday, February 9, 2022
By JOYANNA LOVE/ Managing Editor
The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles recently made three parole decisions for inmates from Chilton County.
Natasha Rae Lee was granted paroles with the requirement that she “complete Montgomery Day Reporting Center, Mental Health Follow up and Drug Assessment Upon Release,” according to the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles hearing minutes.
Her husband spoke in favor of the approval of parole during the hearing.
Lee had served four months and nine days as well as having 74 days of good time received of a three-year sentence for possession/ receiving control substance Class D.
Parole was denied for Hunter Blake Crumpton and William Matthew Lawson. Each had a family member who spoke in favor of parole being granted.
Representatives from the nonprofit Victims of Crime and Leniency, the District Attorney’s Office and the Attorney General Office spoke against parole being granted, according to the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles hearing minutes.
Crumpton was sentenced to six years for sexual abuse in May of 2019.
Lawson had been sentenced to three years for possession/ receiving control substance Class D on Nov. 8, 2021.