Parole Denied to Six Violent Offenders | Jan. 21, 2020

Montgomery, Al. – The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles Tuesday denied parole to six violent offenders, including one sex offender and three convicted of robbery.

Parole hearing results for Tuesday, Jan. 21:
(Sentencing information from the Alabama Department of Corrections public website.)

  • PAROLE DENIED: Charles Anthony Norton is a convicted sex offender in Elmore County who already was paroled once but violated his parole. In 2008 Norton was sentenced to three years for a 2005 first-degree sexual abuse case and a 2008 case of criminal possession of a forged instrument in Elmore County. In 2010 Norton was convicted again for criminal possession of a forged instrument in Autauga County. In 2015, Norton was sentenced to 15 years for violating the sex offender registration law in Elmore County. He was released from prison early and then in 2017 was convicted of three more crimes; theft of property, theft by deception and criminal possession of a forged instrument, and sentenced to one year, six months additional prison time. Norton was paroled but then the Athens News Courier reported Feb. 23, 2019 that Norton violated parole and failed to register as a sex offender in Limestone County. Norton has served less than five years of his 15-year sentence for violating the sex offender registration law.
  • PAROLE DENIED: Darryl Donnal Lamar Stone is a convicted robber and burglar who is also a parole and probation violator for crimes committed in Montgomery County. Stone was sentenced in 2008 to three years for a 2005 first-degree robbery. In 2010 Stone was convicted of third-degree burglary and theft of property and sentenced to three years. He was granted probation but was arrested again in October 2014 for violating the terms of his probation, news media reported. In 2015 Stone was sentenced to 15 years for being in possession of a pistol after a conviction for a violent crime. He was later paroled but he violated parole and was sent back to prison to serve the remainder of the 15-year sentence. He has served five years of the sentence.
  • PAROLE DENIED: Antonio Martin Chattin was sentenced in 2012 to three eight-month sentences for a 2007 second-degree robbery, a 2007 first-degree theft, and a 2010 conviction for drug possession, all in Mobile County. He was given probation but violated the terms of his probation in 2017 and was sent back to confinement. In January 2019 he was convicted again of drug possession in Mobile County and sent back to prison for five years. He has served one year, five months of that five-year sentence.
  • PAROLE DENIED: Dalmon Ray Gilbreath was sentenced in 2009 to five years for a 2007 third-degree robbery case and a 2009 obstruction of justice case in Madison County. He was convicted for obstruction of justice in 2011 and sentenced to three years. Gilbreath was sent to prison Oct. 25, 2018 for four years for drug possession. He has served just one year, four months of that four-year sentence.

  • PAROLE DENIED: Noah Dimas was sentenced in 2001 to four years for three third-degree burglaries, criminal possession of a forged instrument, and receiving stolen property, all in Cullman County. He was sent back to prison in 2010 for 20 years for manufacturing a controlled substance and 10 years for drug possession in Cullman County. He has served less than half his 20-year sentence. PAROLE DENIED: Dalmon Ray Gilbreath was sentenced in 2009 to five years for a 2007 third-degree robbery case and a 2009 obstruction of justice case in Madison County. He was convicted for obstruction of justice in 2011 and sentenced to three years. Gilbreath was sent to prison Oct. 25, 2018 for four years for drug possession. He has served just one year, four months of that four-year sentence.
  • PAROLE DENIED: Tony Nathaniel Perry was sentenced in 2013 to 10 years for third-degree burglary in Madison County. It was his second burglary conviction in Madison County, having been sentenced in 2009 to five years for a 2005 third-degree burglary. Also, in 2009 he was sentenced to five years for obstruction of justice and identity theft. Most recently, Perry was convicted in May 2018 of criminal possession of a forged instrument and sentenced to 10 years. He has served less than two and a half years of that 10-year sentence.

All totaled, including cases involving non-violent offenders, the board granted parole Tuesday to three inmates and denied parole to 14.