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Dallas County Man Sentenced to 11 Months After Revocation of His Supervised Release

For Immediate Release
U.S. Attorney's Office, Southern District of Alabama

United States Attorney Richard W. Moore of the Southern District of Alabama announced that Rodney Blythe, a 49 year old resident of Selma, Alabama was sentenced to 11 months of incarceration after his supervised release term was revoked.
On July 11, 2019, Blythe admitted in open court that was convicted in the Municipal Court of Steele, Alabama of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.  United States District Court Judge Terry Moorer then revoked Blythe’s supervised release and admonished him telling Blythe that he placed innocent unsuspecting members of the community in danger by his conduct. Judge Moorer then sentenced Blythe to 11 months incarceration followed by 48 months of supervised release. The terms of his supervised release include alcohol counseling and complete alcohol abstinence.   
Blyther was supervised by Jason Estes, Probation Officer, United States Probation Office, Southern District of Alabama.   The prosecutor assigned to the case is Assistant United States Attorney, Gina S. Vann.

Updated July 16, 2019