Board denies parole for four Chilton offenders
Published 2:26 pm Wednesday, July 26, 2023
By Carey Reeder | Managing Editor
The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles held 38 paroles hearings on July 12, two of which were for Chilton County offenders.
John Michael Brown was denied parole by the board but received a reset date of July 1, 2025. No one spoke in favor or against Brown receiving parole. Brown is currently serving a 15-year sentence for Soliciting a Child by Computer in Chilton County and was sentenced on May 10, 2017.
Jared Anthony Mims was also denied parole by the board and also received a reset date of July 1, 2025. No one spoke in favor or against Mims receiving parole. Mims is currently serving a 48-month concurrent sentence from Elmore County arrests for Possession of a Controlled Substance and Obstruction of Justice-False Identity. He also is serving a 23-month sentence from a Theft of Property III arrest in Chilton County on Oct. 26, 2021
The board also held hearings on July 13 and two involved Chilton County offenders.
Kriston Miranda Cook was denied parole by the board and received a reset date of July 1, 2023. Cook’s father, Randy Cook, spoke in favor of her receiving parole. Cook is currently serving a 36-month sentence from an April 10, 2023 arrest for Possession of a Controlled Substance in Chilton County.
Gregory Shelton Floyd was also denied parole on July 13 after an executive session was called by the board to review the file. Floyd did not receive a reset date. Floyd’s mother, Linda Tinsley, spoke in favor of Floyd being granted parole.
Floyd is currently serving a 60-month concurrent sentence for three counts of Distribution of a Controlled Substance and five counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance Class D from Oct. 21, 2020 and Dec. 7, 2022 arrests.