Corrections Officer Admits Relationship with Daniel Panell

Corrections Officer Admits Relationship with Gravine Island Suspect

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BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. -

A Baldwin County Corrections Officer has been fired after admitting to a relationship with inmate Daniel Parnell. Parnell is one of the Gravine Island suspects, who was granted youthful offender status in the murder case of Summer Moody.

On March 24, 2013 a complaint was filed by a Baldwin County Corrections inmate regarding inappropriate conduct by a corrections officer.  The inmate indicated knowledge of an ongoing relationship between an inmate identified as Daniel Parnell and a corrections officer identified as Kimberly Holland.

The inmate stated during an interview that he personally knew that Holland and inmate Daniel Parnell were involved in a romantic relationship. 

He also suspected, but was not certain, that some contraband had been brought in by Holland for inmate Parnell.

In an interview, Corrections Officer Holland confessed to a romantic relationship with Parnell.

Holland denied bringing contraband into the center for Parnell.

Holland has terminated from the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office for violation of policy. 

Criminal charges were not filed against Holland.

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