BIRMINGHAM MAN SENTENCED TO 105 MONTHS IN PRISON FOR CARJACKING

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<p> Birmingham, Ala. — A Birmingham resident and six-time convicted felon is being sentenced for 105 months in federal prison over a 2018 carjacking in Homewood, announced U.S. Attorney Jay E. Town and Federal Bureau Investigation Special Agent, Johnnie Sharp Jr.</p><p>U.S. District Judge L. Scott Coogler sentenced Corderrell Dewayne Poole, 32, on one count of carjacking.</p>

On Nov. 5, 2018, Poole carjacked a woman’s vehicle before being involved in a single-vehicle crash on Interstate 20 in Lincoln.

“This career criminal has been brought to justice. We will not sit idly by and allow criminals to intimidate our citizens with such violence,” Town said. “We will find you and we will prosecute you.”

The FBI investigated the case along with the Homewood Police Department, the Lincoln Police Department, and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.

“I want to extend my personal thanks to all of our law enforcement partners whose efforts quickly brought Poole to justice,” Sharp said. “The FBI will continue to work closely with our partners to address violent crimes in North Alabama.”

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