ADC: 7 Clark County inmates eligible for parole in May

There are seven Arkansas Department of Correction inmates serving prison time for felonies committed in Clark County who are eligible for parole in May 2022. They are:

Taylan Bizzell

Bizzell, 25, is serving a 10-year sentence for a 2016 aggravated robbery conviction. He is currently being held at the Grimes Unit and is eligible for parole on May 14.

Haywood Bolton

The 47-year-old is serving a 13-year sentence at the Ouachita River Correctional Unit. He was convicted in 2020 of second-degree sexual assault, use of another’s property to facilitate a crime and delivery of a controlled substance. His parole eligibility date is May 4.

Hilda Daves

Daves, 55, is serving a 20-year sentence at the McPherson Unit. She was convicted in 2020 of manslaughter and introducing a controlled substance into the body of another. Her eligibility date is May 18.

Amy Duncan

The 39-year-old is serving a four-year sentence at the McPherson Unit. She was convicted in 2021 of breaking and entering and theft charges in Garland County. Prior to that she had 2016 convictions in Clark County of breaking and entering and possession of a firearm by a certain person. Her eligibility date is May 21.

Gregory Gordon

Gordon, 47, is serving a five-year sentence at the East Arkansas Regional Unit. He was convicted in March 2021 of aggravated assault on a family member, first-degree terroristic threatening and third-degree domestic battery. He will be eligible for parole on May 16.

Nickolas Marsh

Marsh, 29, is serving a three-year sentence at the East Arkansas Regional Unit. He was convicted in November 2021 of breaking and entering and probation revocation for a pair of breaking and entering convictions from 2018. He will be eligible for parole on May 5.

Michael T. Watson

Watson, 47, is serving a 102-year sentence at the Varner Unit. He was convicted in 1996 of two counts of first-degree battery, possession of a firearm by a certain person, and first-degree terroristic threatening. He will be eligible for parole on May 27.

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    • This article, and others like it, helps to notify individuals & communities affected by these potential parolees ahead of their scheduled release. That’s especially helpful if someone has something to say to the parole board.

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