Upon hearing the news of a possible early release from prison for Alyssa Shepherd, Fulton County prosecutors Michael Marrs has filed a motion to try and prevent that from happening.
Shepherd is the woman convicted of hitting and killing three kids at a bus stop near Rochester in 2018.
A year later she was found guilty and given four years in prison. However, she’s completed some faith-based course while in prison and has received six months shaved off her sentence. She could get more time off for qualifying for a probation program.
In filling the motion to block an early release, Marrs says releasing her early “is not justice.”