You might be wondering how Melody Nealy III was able to get out of jail on bond. She is raising money for medical bills and wants Oregon to be near her mother. After all, the family has children living back in Alabama. Nealy III pleaded guilty a lesser capital murder charge, but electronic monitoring was removed when he was released from custody for no violations. Nealy was out on bail at the time of the shooting.
Luckily, Melody was conscious when the police found her in the driveway of John Nealy III’s home. She had been beaten in the head and was covered with blood. She was conscious and alert when transported to the University of Alabama, but her condition was critical. She would overcome all odds and make a complete recovery. She had the strength and determination to overcome the odds. She would survive the horrific incident and will live to tell her story.
Although Nealy was initially charged for capital murder, his electronic monitoring was removed after his lawyer requested that he be allowed to have his father have surgery. The court agreed and removed the monitoring on May 15, 2019. Since the monitoring began, Nealy was not arrested. His lawyer, however, has argued that he was innocent. He was also innocent of the charges. This proves that he has a history in lying to authorities.
Melody Megginson had just given birth to her first child when John shot her in the head. She’d met John Nealy III months earlier when they were just walking down the street. During that time, Melody became pregnant and moved in with him a few days afterward. After the birth of her baby, she was unable to speak and could only communicate using hand signals.
On April 4, the 24-year-old mother, Megginson, had a baby boy, Jayson, after giving birth six weeks earlier. John Nealy III was her controlling boyfriend and forced her to get into his car after she gave birth to her son. She was left bloodied and dying, and doctors warned that she had little chance of surviving. But as time passed, the court modified his electronic monitoring so that he could work at a new law firm. On May 15, Nealy was resigned from the electronic monitoring program.
Nealy lll, Nealy ll, and Melody’s mother were not aware that the shooting was a result of a domestic dispute. The children were taken to the hospital to undergo tests. However, it was not possible to determine who shot Melody. Although police believe the shooting was the result a domestic dispute between the children and their mother, Melody’s mother said that the fight between Nealy lll. and Melody had started weeks before. The mother told police that Melody had attempted to leave her violent husband and the shooting was a result of a disagreement.