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Satsuma Man Sentenced To Life Without Parole

November 18, 2011

MOBILE, Ala. - United States Attorney Kenyen R. Brown announces that Timothy Wayne Seabury, 43, of Satsuma, was sentenced today in federal court to life without parole. United States District Court Judge William H. Steele imposed the sentence. Seabury was convicted by a jury in June of 2011, on charges involving his participation in the conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute more than 400 grams of crack cocaine, conspiracy to manufacture more than 500 grams of methamphetamine, possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and attempt to manufacture methamphetamine.

Because Seabury had three prior drug felony convictions, the prosecution filed notice with the Court that Seabury would face a mandatory sentence of life without parole upon his conviction on the crack cocaine conspiracy and the conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine. The sentences imposed for the remaining charges were 30 years on each count, all to run concurrently with the mandatory life sentences. Finally, the judge imposed $400 in mandatory special assessments.

The case was investigated by the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, the Alabama Bureau of Investigations, and the Drug Enforcement Administration Task Force. It was prosecuted by Gloria Bedwell in the United States Attorney’s Office.

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