Alred allegedly forced a teenage Sonic carhop to perform a sexual act on him on March 1, 2016.
Alred is free on bond after Judge Dean Dankelson rejected the Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney's motion to revoke bond after he was stopped by a Sarcoxie police officer August 28 for his sixth driving while intoxicated charge. After the motion was filed, Joplin Police filed assault charges against Alred for attacking the editor/reporter of the Turner Report September 11 after I posted an article about the DWI arrest.
The motion to revoke Alred's bond came after his DWI arrest, which occurred with his eight-year-old daughter in the car with him and also led to him attempting to drive off and flee from the police. The following information was provided in the Monday, September 11, Turner Report:
A primary reason for revoking the bond, it is made clear in the motion is Alred's long history of driving while intoxicated.
The probable cause statement for Alred's most recent arrest, shows that he has pleaded guilty to DWI charges five times, along with another guilty plea to amended excessive blood alcohol content:
-Pleaded guilty April 20, 2012 in Jasper County Circuit Court for a November 2, 2011 DWI arrest
-Pleaded guilty May 2012 in Newton County Circuit Court for a December 1, 2010 DWI arrest
-Pleaded guilty April 15, 2010 in Joplin Municipal Court for a September 6, 2009 DWI arrest
-Pleaded guilty April 15, 2010 in Joplin Municipal Court for a May 12, 2009 DWI arrest
-Pleaded guilty February 22, 2007 in Neosho Municipal Court for a July 3, 2006 DWI arrest
-Pleaded guilty May 2, 2006 in Jasper County Circuit Court to excessive blood alcohol content for a February 23, 2005 arrestOnline court records indicate Alred also pleaded guilty to marijuana possession in 2003 in Jasper County Circuit Court after being arrested by the Jasper Police Department, marijuana possession and defective equipment in Bates County Circuit Court in 2008 after being arrested by the Highway Patrol, and an amended charge of unlawful use of drug paraphernalia in Jasper County Circuit Court in 2004.
Alred's fourth and fifth DWI arrests were the ones that finally put him in prison. Online court records show Jasper County Circuit Court Judge David Mouton sentenced Alred to five years in prison on April 20, 2012. Newton County Circuit Court Judge Tim Perigo sentenced Alred to four years in prison to run concurrently with his Jasper County sentence on May 21, 2012.
It is not clear how much time Alred spent in prison.