Archive for Wednesday, December 20, 1989


December 20, 1989


The Kansas Parole Board has announced the results of November parole hearings for inmates convicted in Douglas County courts.

The following is a list of local inmates who went before the parole board, their current location, the crimes of which they were convicted and the result of their hearings:

Delbert E. Highman, who is serving a sentence at the Kansas State Penitentiary in Lansing on aggravated burglary, burglary, robbery and theft, was passed over until August 1990.

Victor L. Johnson, serving a sentence at KSP for criminal damage to property, aggravated escape from custody, burglary and theft, was granted parole.

Rodger E. Pitts, serving a sentence at KSP for enticement of a child, was ordered to serve the rest of his term.

Cecil E. Raines, serving a sentence at KSP for theft, criminal damage to property and attempted burglary, was granted parole.

Stanley Swistak, serving a sentence at KSP for aggravated kidnapping, was continued on a pre-release and work-release program.

Gilbert Clark Jr., serving a sentence at the Kansas State Industrial Reformatory in Hutchinson on attempted burglary and obstructing the legal process, was granted parole.

Mohammad A. Husein, serving a sentence at the Stockton Correctional Facility on possession of a narcotic drug, was granted parole.

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