Alabama was set to execute Alan Miller for a 1999 triple shooting in Shelby County, but the pending expiration of a death warrant and issues accessing his veins led to it being delayed.
Miller is reportedly alive and back in his cell at Holman Correctional Facility. Hamm also told media that an ambulance did leave the prison, but it was unrelated to the execution, the outlet reported.
Gov. Kay Ivey released a statement early Friday morning shortly after ADOC announced the execution had been called off. Ivey's office said she anticipates the execution will be reset at the earliest opportunity.