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21 Letcher inmates eligible to face parole board



Twenty-one inmates from Letcher County are eligible for consideration for release from state custody on parole and have been assigned hearing dates before the Kentucky Parole Board.

Included on the parole eligibility hearing list for December are:

• David Bowling, who was convicted in November 2012 of receiving stolen property valued at more than $10,000 and with engaging in organized crime. Bowling is being held at Little Sandy Correctional Complex. Bowling’s parole eligibility date is February 2014.

• Reginal Carter, who was convicted in December 2012 of second degree unlawful transaction with a minor. Carter, who is being held at the Breckinridge County Jail, is eligible for parole in February 2014.

• George Hurt, who was convicted in April 2009 of theft by unlawful taking and third-degree burglary. Now being held in the Harlan County Jail, Hurt became eligible for parole this month.

• Johnny Austin Jenkins, who was convicted in September 2012 of theft by unlawful taking (less than $10,000), first-degree criminal mischief, and third-degree burglary. Jenkins is being held at the Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex and becomes eligible for parole in February 2014.

• John Luther Mahone, who was convicted in March 2012 of flagrant non-support. Mahone, who is being held in the Hart County Jail, becomes eligible for parole in February 2014.

• Michael Douglas Rayburn, who was convicted of seconddegree manslaughter in October 2007. Rayburn is being held at the Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex. He, too, becomes eligible for parole in February 2014.

• Gregory Lee Smith Jr., who was convicted in August 2012 of first-degree possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Smith is now being held in the Christian County Jail. He becomes eligible for parole in February 2014.

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Letcher County inmates included on the parole eligibility hearing list for November are:

• Angela Joy Adams, who was convicted of trafficking in a controlled substance on September 16, 2013. Adams, who is being held in the Letcher County Jail, is eligible for release on parole in January 2014.

• Erica Blair, who was convicted August 16, 2013 for promoting contraband in the Letcher County Jail. Blair is now being held in the Leslie County Jail. She becomes eligible for parole next month.

• Wade Engle, who was convicted in March 2013 of first-degree wanton endangerment, tampering with physical evidence, firstdegree fleeing or evading police first-degree criminal mischief, and engaging in organized crime. Engle becomes eligible for parole consideration in January. He is now being held at the Northpoint Training Center.

• Paul J. Hall, who was convicted in December 2004 of firstdegree promoting contraband, first-degree escape, first-degree criminal mischief, and thirddegree assault (sports official). Hall was also convicted in March 2009 of third-degree burglary and two counts of first-degree bail jumping. He is being held at the Blackburn Correctional Complex and becomes eligible for parole consideration in January.

• Misty Doylena Ison, who was convicted August 28, 2013 on a charge of driving on a suspended operator’s license (third offense). Ison, who is being housed in the Clay County Jail, also becomes eligible for parole consideration next month.

• Billy Wayne Spangler, who was convicted in May 2012 of three counts of receiving stolen property, second-degree escape, and first-degree bail jumping. Spangler becomes eligible for parole consideration in January. He is being held at the Luther Luckett Correctional Complex.

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Letcher County inmates included on the parole eligibility hearing list for October are:

• Dwayne Anthony Caudill, who was convicted August 29, 2013 of receiving stolen property (valued at between $500 and $10,000). Caudill became eligible for consideration for parole this month. He is being held in the Letcher County Jail.

• Jeremy Douglas Franks, who was convicted in November 2007 of flagrant non-support, theft of controlled substance, seconddegree burglary, second-degree robbery, first-degree escape, and third-degree assault. Franks, who is being held at the Kentucky State Reformatory, becomes eligible for consideration for release on parole in November.

Six inmates from Letcher County become eligible for consideration for release on parole in December. All either have had or will have hearings before the parole this month. They are:

• Byron Ellis Bentley (Pike County Jail), convicted in October 2012 of fourth-degree assault (domestic) and second-degree escape.

• Clarence Russell Brown (Little Sandy Correctional Complex), convicted in October 2008 of theft by unlawful taking, second-degree burglary, third-degree assault (police/ probation officer).

• Lyttle Combs Jr. (Marion Adjustment Center), convicted in June 2012 of flagrant non-support and first-degree promoting contraband in the Letcher County Jail.

• Randy Dean Cook (Marion Adjustment Center), convicted in June 2012 of theft by deception (between $500 and $10,000), second-degree possession of a forged instrument (two counts), and receiving stolen property.

• Chris Hampton (Clay County Jail), convicted June 2011 of theft by deception (between $500 and $10,000) and fraudulent use of credit card.

• Scott Emry Kiser (Blackburn Correctional Complex), convicted in March 2013 of theft by unlawful taking (firearm), second-degree burglary, receiving stolen property, and first-degree bail jumping (two counts).



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