Dothan woman convicted in bombing of ex-boyfriend’s truck


MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WDHN) — A Dothan woman has been convicted on charges of conspiring with a friend to bomb the pickup truck of her estranged boyfriend.

Court records show a federal judge in Montgomery convicted Ashley Nicole Haydt, 36, of Dothan on explosives and conspiracy charges on Thursday.

Authorities allege King was working with Haydt when he purchased gunpowder, a pipe and other materials to make a remote control bomb. The two allegedly came up with the plan during a legal dispute between Haydt and a former boyfriend with whom she has a child with.

Court documents state her co-defendant, Sylvio Joseph King, 48, pleaded guilty previously and testified against Haydt during the four-day trial. A bomb planted in the work truck of Haydt’s former boyfriend went off in October 2017, injuring the man.

Sylvio Joseph King

Police say King sent a message to Haydt afterwards saying he had “taken care of the problem.”

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Latest Local News Video

Humane Society of Bay County hosts annual holiday photoshoot with pets

27 possible changes to Panama City Beach city charter to be discussed at next city council meeting

Panama City comes out for annual Jaycee's Christmas Parade

Tennessee man recovering from injuries after semi-truck flips over

Panama City holds annual Christmas tree lighting

PanCare hosting health clinic in recognition of World AIDS Day

More Local News

Don't Miss