A Houston County inmate convicted of threatening to kill a sheriff’s deputy could receive early release next month.

Mary Louise Williams is serving a 12-year sentence for making a terrorist threat in Houston County in 2014.

According to the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles, she has served three years, four months.

On April 24, 2015, she was convicted of threatening to kill a Houston County sheriff’s deputy.

She also was convicted in a 2002 theft of property case in Houston County and sentenced to three years, but served 15 months before she was released.

Williams also was convicted of drug possession in Dale County in 2002 and sentenced to three years. She was paroled after serving nine months.

Williams’ parole hearing is March 18.

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