A female corrections lost her job after admitting to having a relationship with an 18-year-old inmate charged in a case that’s rocked southern Alabama. The woman’s online activities, however, suggest that her love may be unrequited.
In April, four Alabama teens–Scott Byrd, Dylan Tyree, Daniel Parnell and Summer Moody–went to Gravine Island in the Tensaw river delta, where they allegedly broke into cabins. Three men who were on the island took notice of the teens, and one of them, authorities say, fired what was meant to be a warning shot. The bullet hit Moody, 17, in the head. She died ten days later.