ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) — The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office has charged a man with capital murder of the county’s district attorney’s son back in November.
Michael Dale Iervolinio, 32, is accused of killing Nicholas Sloan “Boo” Harmon on Nov. 6 last year. Harmon is the son of St. Clair County DA Lyle Harmon.
Iervolinio is also facing charges of first-degree theft of property and unlawful breaking and entering into a vehicle. He is currently being held in the St. Clair County Jail without bond.
Iervolinio was arrested with another man, 27-year-old James Dylan Stewart. Stewart remains a person of interest in the case. He is also charged with first-degree theft of property and unlawful breaking and entering into a vehicle.
According to court documents, Iervolinio is set for a pretrial on March 15.
ORIGINAL (11/8): At a hearing Thursday afternoon in the St. Clair County District Court, James Dylon Stewart, 27, of Lester Lane in Pell City and Michael Dale Iervolinio,32, of Jones Road in Odenville were charged with theft of property first and unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle.
Both subjects were denied bond and had probation revoked in previous charges.
Both men are considered “persons of interest” in the ongoing homicide investigation of Nicholas Sloan “Boo” Harmon, son of the St. Clair County district attorney.
Law enforcement is continuing the investigation.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
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