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.