For Immediate Release - December 16, 2014

Salahuddin Ali’s petition for parole denied

Cape & Islands District Attorney Michael O’Keefe announced today that Salahuddin Ali’s (DOB 03/16/1958) petition for parole was denied by the Massachusetts Parole Board.  The vote was unanimous.  Ali was convicted in the Barnstable Superior Court for armed robbery while masked, and received a life sentence, with the possibility for parole on August 17, 1994.  The armed robbery was of the Cotuit branch of a Plymouth Savings Bank and took place on September 25, 1993.  Approximately $6,000.00 was stolen and Mr. Ali and his accomplice, Anthony Rose (DOB 04/14/1963), (also convicted), fled via dirt bike.  A third conspirator, Myles Miranda (DOB 01/19/1957), was also convicted.  Mr. Ali is eligible to have his parole status reviewed in five years.  The case was prosecuted by then Assistant District Attorney Michael O’Keefe.