No parole for Brewton man

News Staff Writer

Although no details of his incarceration are available, a Brewton man — arrested in 2018 and eventually convicted in Escambia County Circuit Court — was denied parole during recent hearings by the Alabama Board of Pardons & Paroles.
A report issued by ABPP includes that Glenn Daegan Hadley was denied parole during the board’s November 30 session.
Hadley is not included on the Alabama Department of Corrections “Inmate Search” website, so no mug shot or information regarding his incarceration was available.
ADOC officials said in an emailed response to a request for information that Hadley was convicted under the Youthful Offender Act, which precludes public release of any information regarding his incarceration.
Hadley was arrested, apparently by Escambia County Sheriff’s Office deputies, in December 2018.
He was charged at that time with one count each of burglary, unlawful breaking and entering of a vehicle, third-degree theft of property, fourth-degree theft of property and criminal mischief.