Man convicted of leaving girl to the alligators
This is one bad dude, and don't forget his name: Harrel Franklin Braddy.
People don't get worse than this sicko.
MIAMI - Good behavior doesn't seem to go hand in hand with Harrel Franklin Braddy, but he got time off from prision for good behavior before his arrest and conviction Tuesday for leaving a 5-year-old in Alligator Alley to be eaten.
Police found her body two days later. She was alive when the alligators got her, but dead when the police arrived.
Harrel Franklin Braddy was friendly with Shandelle Maycock and her daughter Quatisha, but he flew into a rage in November 1998 when she asked him to leave her house.
He choked Maycock, threw her and her daughter into the car, and drove them toward the Everglades.
Braddy stopped, choked the woman again and put her in the trunk. Maycock never saw her daughter again. Prosecutors said Braddy then drove to the Everglades known as Alligator Alley and dropped Quatisha in the water beside the road.