As of Sept. 1, there were 331 people listed as Clark County inmates by the state Department of Corrections website
There are nine more inmates in the state prison system compared to August numbers. The inmates are distributed among several institutions across the state.
The total includes 310 men and 21 women. There are 162 black inmates, 164 white inmates, and five of other races.
The following Clark County inmates have a parole- or transfer-eligible date this month, although there are several factors that could affect any individual release for months or years.
Jeffery Blevins, 47, is serving a 20-year sentence at the Mississippi County Work Release Center for a manslaughter conviction in Dallas County. Blevins has prior convictions in Clark County for drug and theft charges dating to 2010 and 2005, respectively.
Adrian Howell, 49, is serving a 2-year sentence at the Cummins Unit in Grady for drug charges in Garland County; he has prior convictions of theft in Clark County dating to 1991.
Scott Mattingly, 61, is serving a 6-year sentence at the Randall Williams Correctional Facility in Pine Bluff for breaking and entering and drug convictions out of Miller County. He has prior history in Clark County for residential burglary dating to 1993.
Christopher Penny, 28, is serving a 15-year sentence at the Cummins Modular Unit for a pair of 2019 charges related to drugs and firearms; he had previously been convicted in Clark County for a gun-related incident.
Dan Thomas, 56, is serving a 4-year sentence at the Ester Unit for a January 2023 conviction of drug possession in Hot Spring County. Thomas has a 2018 conviction in Clark County on similar charges.
Kenny Trammel, 65, is serving a 15-year sentence at the Ouachita River Correctional Unit in Malvern for a 2021 case of possession of drugs with purpose to deliver.
James Walter, 56, is serving a 25-year sentence at the Randall Williams Correctional Facility in Pine Bluff for a 2015 conviction on charges of residential burglary, property theft and breaking or entering. Walter also has a history of robbery stemming from a 2006 case in Calhoun County.
Wesley Wright, 36, is serving a 4-year sentence at the Ouachita River Correctional Unit in Malvern for a 2022 case of domestic battery and possession of a firearm by a certain person.
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