There are four 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 January 2023. The Arkadelphian includes photos when they are available. They are:
Jeremy B. Buck, 34, is serving a three-year sentence at the Wrightsville Unit for a 2022 conviction of aggravated assault on a family or household member, possession of a controlled substance and terroristic threatening. Buck made threats with a machete at Amity’s town square. Buck becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Jan. 30.
Pierre Hunter, 58, is serving an eight-year sentence and is on the Clark County waiting list for drug possession charges in 2022. Hunter also had drug convictions in 2020, as well as a 2010 robbery conviction in Pulaski County. He becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Jan. 17.
Justin Lavon Johnson
Justin Lavon Johnson, 31, is serving a 12-year sentence at the East Arkansas Max Unit in Marianna for a 2021 conviction of failure to register as a sex offender and second-degree battery; court documents note that Johnson beat a toddler in front of other children. He was also convicted in 2010 of sexual assault. Johnson becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Jan. 18.
Demontray Neal, 29, is serving a four-year sentence at the Ouachita River Correctional Unit in Malvern for a 2022 conviction of terroristic threatening and tampering with evidence in Miller County. Neal’s rap sheet includes a 2013 conviction in Clark County for drug possession charges. Neal becomes eligible for parole or transfer on Jan. 8.
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