Man convicted in killing of Michael Jordan’s father has parole terminated

The commission said it would review the parole again in December 2023.

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The parole of one of two men convicted of murdering Michael Jordan’s father has been terminated, a state panel in North Carolina has ruled.

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The state Post-Release Supervision and Parole Commission said in August 2020 that Larry M. Demery would be released following participating in a scholastic and vocational program to prepare him for life outside jail.

Demery, 46, was initially scheduled to be released in August 2023 but saw that date pushed back a year.

On Tuesday, the commission said in a release that Demery’s “agreement has been terminated” but an explanation was not provided.

The commission said it would review the parole again in December 2023.

Demery and Daniel Green were sentenced to life in prison for the first-degree murder of James Jordan, who was killed in July 1993 as he slept in his Lexus on the side of Hwy. 74 in Lumberton near Interstate 95. His body was found 11 days later.

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The state said the motive was robbery.

Demery is serving his sentence at a minimum-security prison in Lincoln County, northwest of Charlotte,

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