There are five Arkansas Department of Correction inmates serving prison time for felonies committed in Clark County who are eligible for parole or transfer to another facility in November 2022. The Arkadelphian includes photos when they are available. They are:
Jayce Fogle, 20, is serving a six-year sentence at the Tucker Unit for a February 2022 conviction of second-degree battery and meth possession in Clark County, as well as burglary and drug convictions in Pike County. Fogle becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Nov. 3.
Bobby Hubbard, 61, is serving a six-year sentence at the Ouachita River Correctional Unit in Malvern for a 2021 conviction of failure to register charge in Ashley County. That conviction revoked his parole from a 2010 conviction in the same county for kidnapping and sexual assault. His ties to Clark County include a pair of 2002 convictions for hot checks and possession of a firearm by a certain person. Hubbard becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Nov. 29.
Mark A. Korting
Mark Korting, 38, is serving a nine-year sentence at the East Arkansas Regional Unit in Brickeys for a pair of 2021 convictions for burglary and aggravated assault in Nevada and Hempstead counties. He had been convicted in Clark County for aggravated assault and battery in 2003. Korting becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Nov. 16.
Montrail Lock, 33, is serving a 20-year sentence at the Cummins Unit in Grady for a 2013 robbery conviction in Clark County. He had been previously incarcerated for robbery in Washington County in 2007. Lock becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Nov. 22.
Katerina Trigg, 21, is serving a five-year sentence at the McPherson Unit in Newport for a March 2022 conviction in Clark County for second-degree battery. Trigg becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Nov. 7.
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