Frankie Mason, center, the mother of murder victim Lisa Ann Millican, speaks with reporters after Alabama's parole board refused to release convicted killer Judith Ann Neeley during a hearing in Montgomery, Ala. Get more news when you want it with email newsletters just for subscribers. And her character includes a disturbing tendency to manipulate others toward her own violent ends. A few weeks later, Judith and Alvin ran away together, living in motel rooms and their car. She was pregnant with twins when she was Thank you for supporting in-depth local journalism with your subscription to the Dayton Daily News. Millican, removed from her home in LaFayette because of allegations of neglect and abuse, was placed in four foster homes before entering a group home in Rome, and then one in Cedartown. All Classifieds Jobs Cars Homes.
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