There are five Arkansas Department of Correction inmates with felony convictions in Clark County who are eligible for parole in April 2022. They are:
Willie L. Barton Jr.
The 30-year-old is serving a 15-year sentence for charges of first-degree sexual assault. He is being held at the Cummins unit. With an initial receipt date of Aug. 20, 2018, Barton is eligible for parole on April 20.
Tina L. Dorris
The 54-year-old is serving a three-year sentence for theft of property. Dorris is being held at the McPherson unit. With an initial receipt date of Nov. 24, 2021, Dorris is eligible for parole on April 16.
Eddy, 42, is serving a three-year sentence for two counts of possession of a controlled substance. Eddy is being held at the McPherson unit. With an initial receipt date of Nov. 12, 2021, she is eligible for parole on April 7.
Joseph A. Pumilia Jr.
Pumilia, 41, is serving an eight-year sentence for various convictions in several counties, among them being a 2003 theft of property conviction in Clark County. With an initial receipt date of June 30, 1998, he is eligible for parole on April 17. He is currently being held at the Maximum Security unit.
Rudishia V. Williams
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Williams, 34, is serving a 54-month sentence for convictions of possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. Sentenced on Jan. 11, 2022, with an initial receipt date of March 24, Williams will be eligible for parole on April 25. She is currently being held at the McPherson unit.
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Willie L. Barton Jr. RAPED a FIVE YEAR-OLD GIRL and they’re letting him out of prison!? The court records are public and he ADMITTED to it! This soft on crime policy of letting child molesters back onto the streets will get more kids hurt and has to STOP! God looks down on us for failing to protect our children from these EVIL people. Life in prison, without the possibility of parole, should be the MINIMUM for these DEMONIC crimes! It’s DISGRACEFUL that the prosecution accepted a plea agreement, so he could get out early and probably do it again. Parents should be on high alert!