MONROEVILLE MAN SENTENCED IN AGGRAVATED ASSAULT CASE
Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Mar 21 2013 4:08 PM
Montgomery, Alabama – A federal judge sentenced Marcus Dupree Hurry, 22, of Monroeville, to seven years in prison for his assault on a Deputy United States Marshal in February, 2012, announced George L. Beck, United States Attorney for the Middle District of Alabama.
On February 28, 2012, the United States Marshals Service Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force received information that Leslie McMillian, who was wanted for murder was residing in Prattville, Alabama. McMillan was supposed to be at the Sweet Water Apartment complex in Prattville, Alabama. Law enforcement set up surveillance at the apartment complex and saw McMillian and an unknown black male, later discovered to be Marcus Dupree Hurry, get into a Chevy Impala, with Hurry driving. Investigators began following the vehicle East on Highway 14. Approximately one to one and a half miles later, officers began to suspect that McMillian and Hurry realized they were being followed.