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Saturday, April 25, 2009

[AL] Just out of prison, Ex-Officer Alldredge accused of threatening to kill wife and the kids

[Former Arab police officer Shane] Alldredge was paroled from prison just 11 days ago. Since then, his wife has filed a domestic violence charge and Cullman County sheriff's deputies issued an arrest warrant...


Days after release, Alldredge accused of domestic abuse
Huntsville Times
Saturday, April 25, 2009
[Excerpts] Former Arab police officer Shane Alldredge, released on parole from the Limestone Correctional Facility April 13, turned himself into Cullman County authorities Friday afternoon on a warrant accusing him of domestic violence. Alldredge, 33, who could face more time in prison because of the allegation, was suspended from the police force in 2005 and convicted of four ethics violations in 2006. Alldredge was found guilty of soliciting sexual favors in exchange for dismissing tickets or reducing charges. He began serving his three-year sentence in November after exhausting his appeals. A woman told Arab police that Alldredge threatened to kill her and her children on April 16. She obtained a protection order in Marshall County. The domestic violence warrant was issued in Cullman County because his residence is there, just south of Arab and in the Arab police jurisdiction... Robert Oakes of the Alabama Pardons and Paroles Board said Alldredge would not necessarily have to be convicted of the new charge to be sent back to prison.... He said if Alldredge's parole is revoked, the board would also determine how long he would have to wait before his next parole hearing [Full article here]

By Barbara Czura -
Posted by Dana Franks -
April 24, 2009 03:47 PM
[Excerpts] ...Alldredge was paroled from prison just 11 days ago. Since then, his wife has filed a domestic violence charge and Cullman County sheriff's deputies issued an arrest warrant... The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles granted him parole and Alldredge was released April 13... [Full article here]


Updated: Dec 24, 2008
A former Arab police officer will soon head to prison... Shane Alldredge was convicted on ethics violations in 2006. He's accused of dismissing traffic tickets and other charges in exchange for sex... Alldredge was sentenced to 3 years, but he'll likely serve less than 6 months. He's scheduled to turn himself in to the Marshall County jail Saturday. [Full article here]

Updated: March 30, 2009 04:59 PM
A former Arab police officer serving prison time will soon be a free man again... Shane Alldredge was convicted in 2006 on ethics violations and sentenced to 3 years in jail... The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles granted him parole Tuesday. It'll be another few weeks before Alldredge is released because he must verify his home and job plans. Alldredge will have to perform 100 hours of community service and check in with his parole officer. [Full article here]
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    [AL] WANTED: Paroled ex-cop Alldredge who threatened to kill his wife and kids -

    Troubled Former Cop Wanted For Domestic Violence
    WAAY 31 News
    Posted: April 28, 2009 04:13 AM

    WAAY 31 News has learned that the Cullman County Sheriff's Office has issued an arrest warrant for former Arab police officer Shane Alldredge in connection with threats he allegedly made against an unnamed woman and children.

    As of early Tuesday morning, Alldredge was still free and had not been arrested, or turned himself in.

    Investigators say the warrant stems from an incident earlier this month where Alldredge threatened to kill a woman and his children. That woman filed a complaint against Alldredge with the Arab Police Department. The warrant was issued in Cullman County, since that's where Alldredge's listed address is.

    Alldredge was released from jail on April 1st after being convicted of ethics violations. He was accused of trying to exchange sexual favors for ripping up traffic tickets.

    No word on how this warrant will affect his parole.


    Alldredge sought for DV charge
    Could send him back to prison
    The Arab Tribune
    Monday, April 27, 2009 10:01 AM CDT

    Cullman County Sheriff's deputies have a warrant for the arrest of former Arab police officer Shane Alldredge.

    He is wanted for third-degree domestic violence, according to Cullman County Sheriff Tyler Roden. The charges could land him back in state prison to serve the remainder of his three-year sentence for ethics violations.

    Alldredge is charged with allegedly threatening to kill his victim. A domestic violence victim's identity can't be released.

    The victim told Arab police on April 16 that Alldredge threatened to kill his children and her.

    Until the warrant is served and Alldredge is arrested, the particulars of the case can't be released, according to a Cullman County District Criminal Court clerk.

    A few days prior to April 16, Alldredge was released from Limestone Correctional Facility where he had been since November. He was sentenced to three years in prison for ethics violations.

    Roden said he does not know if the new charge will affect Alldredge's parole status. The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles granted him parole earlier this month.

    Roden said the warrants were issued in Cullman County because Alldredge's residence is there, though it is in the Arab police jurisdiction.

    "Mr. Alldredge does know there is a warrant for his arrest," Roden said. "He called us Monday and said he would turn himself in."

    As of Friday morning, Alldredge had not turned himself in, and Roden said deputies are looking for him.

    "We are attempting to serve the warrants, but so far we haven't been able to find him."

    Alldredge was a seven-year veteran of the Arab Police Department when he was charged for soliciting sexual favors in exchange for dismissing tickets and reducing charges.

    Three women testified that Alldredge, 34, offered to dismiss their tickets in exchange for sex, and a fourth woman testified that he offered to make a supposed felony charge against her go away for sexual favors.

    A fifth woman testified at his sentencing hearing that she had oral sex with Alldredge in an office at the police department.

    Alldredge maintained that he never solicited sex from the women, but rather he was using the tickets to get information from them about drug activities in Arab.

    When he was granted early release from prison, a parole board spokesman told the Tribune that if Alldredge got into any legal trouble before February 2010, when his sentence is over, he could be sent back to prison for the remainder of his three-year sentence

    That ruling is up to a judge.

    Anyone who knows Alldredge's whereabouts is asked to call the Cullman County Sheriff's Office: 734-0342.


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