There are four Arkansas Department of Correction inmates serving prison time for felonies committed in Clark County who are eligible for parole in October 2022. The Arkadelphian includes photos when they are available. They are:
Nickolas Ellis, 29, is currently serving a six-year sentence at the Grimes Unit in Newport for failing to register as a sex offender. He was convicted in November 2021. He had been convicted in 2015 for fourth-degree sexual assault and received 84 months probation. Ellis becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Oct. 29.
Charles D. Schooley
Charles Schooley, 35, is serving a six-year sentence at the Ester Unit following a 2021 conviction in Pike County for terroristic threatening. Schooley’s rap sheet includes a 2019 theft conviction in Saline County, a 2014 battery conviction in Clark County, a 2013 battery conviction in Howard County and a 2007 conviction in Howard County for breaking or entering, burglary and drug possession. He became eligible for parole or transfer on Oct. 1.
Ashton B. Wallace
Ashton Wallace is serving a six-year sentence at the Pine Bluff Unit following a 2021 conviction in Pike County for arson and terroristic threatening. Wallace’s rap sheet includes a 2015 conviction in Clark County for commercial burglary and a 2010 conviction in Pike County for burglary and criminal mischief. Wallace becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Oct. 29.
Larry E. Williams
Larry Williams, 39, is serving a 14-year sentence with Benton Work Release following a 2021 conviction in Jefferson County for possession of a controlled substance. His rap sheet includes a 2015 conviction in Clark County for aggravated assault, as well as a 2015 conviction in Nevada County for multiple drugs and firearms charges. Williams became eligible for parole or transfer on Oct. 1.
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