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WANTED: Violent Felon On The Run – GARLAND COUNTY


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All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

The following person is not in prison where he belongs.  The parole board has allowed him to leave the prison provided he follow the rules of parole.  He is not in compliance with the terms of his parole agreement and the parole officers can not locate him.  He has absconded.

Name: Gary Davis – AGGRAVATED ROBBERY

Previous Convictions Include: Robbery, Furnishing Prohibited Articles, Manufacturing/Delivering A Controlled Substance

To provide information about his whereabouts please contact the Department of Community Correction at 501-618-8010 between 8 am and 5 pm. After Hours call 501-686-9800, or call ‘911’.

Parolee Absconder Gary Davis

Height: 6’1″
Weight: 165
Age: 45
Parole/Probation Office: Garland County
Absconded: 9/10/2018
Most Serious Offense: Aggravated Robbery

Arkansas Code Title 5. Criminal Offenses § 5-54-119. Furnishing, possessing, or using prohibited articles

(a) A person commits the offense of furnishing a prohibited article if he or she knowingly:

(1) Introduces a prohibited article into a correctional facility, the Arkansas State Hospital, or a youth services program;  or

(2) Provides a person confined in a correctional facility, the Arkansas State Hospital, or a youth services program with a prohibited article.

(b)(1)(A) Furnishing or providing a weapon, intoxicating beverage, controlled substance, moneys, a cellular telephone or other communication device, the components of a cellular telephone or other communication device, or any other items that would facilitate an escape, engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise, § 5-64-405 , or violence within a facility is a Class B felony.

(B) Otherwise, furnishing a prohibited article is a Class C felony.

(2) This section does not apply to a religious official who supplies sacramental wine labeled as sacramental wine to an inmate in the Department of Correction for the sole purpose of an approved religious service, pursuant to rules and regulations promulgated by the Board of Corrections.

(c)(1) A person commits possessing a prohibited article if, being an inmate of a correctional facility or in the custody of a correctional facility, the person knowingly possesses a:

(A) Cellular telephone or other communication device;  or

(B) Component of a cellular telephone or other communication device.

(2) Possessing a prohibited article is a Class B felony.

(d)(1) A person commits using a prohibited article if, being an inmate of a correctional facility or in the custody of a correctional facility, the person knowingly uses a cellular telephone or other communication device to commit or to attempt, conspire, or solicit to commit:

(A) An escape from the custody of the correctional facility;

(B) Engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise, § 5-64-405 ;  or

(C) A violent felony as defined at § 5-4-501(d)(2) .

(2) Using a prohibited article is a Class A felony.

2010 Arkansas Code
Title 5 – Criminal Offenses
Subtitle 2 – Offenses Against The Person
Chapter 12 – Robbery
§ 5-12-102 – Robbery.

5-12-102. Robbery.

(a) A person commits robbery if, with the purpose of committing a felony or misdemeanor theft or resisting apprehension immediately after committing a felony or misdemeanor theft, the person employs or threatens to immediately employ physical force upon another person.

(b) Robbery is a Class B felony.

2010 Arkansas Code
Title 5 – Criminal Offenses
Subtitle 2 – Offenses Against The Person
Chapter 12 – Robbery
§ 5-12-103 – Aggravated robbery.

5-12-103. Aggravated robbery.

(a) A person commits aggravated robbery if he or she commits robbery as defined in 5-12-102, and the person:

(1) Is armed with a deadly weapon;

(2) Represents by word or conduct that he or she is armed with a deadly weapon; or

(3) Inflicts or attempts to inflict death or serious physical injury upon another person.

(b) Aggravated robbery is a Class Y felony.

2012 Arkansas Code
Title 5 – Criminal Offenses
Subtitle 6 – Offenses Against Public Health, Safety, Or Welfare
Chapter 64 – Controlled Substances
Subchapter 4 – — Uniform Controlled Substances Act — Prohibitions and Penalties
§ 5-64-420 – Possession of methamphetamine or cocaine with the purpose to deliver.

(a) Except as provided by this chapter, it is unlawful if a person possesses methamphetamine or cocaine with the purpose to deliver the methamphetamine or cocaine. Purpose to deliver may be shown by any of the following factors:

(1) The person possesses the means to weigh, separate, or package methamphetamine or cocaine; or

(2) The person possesses a record indicating a drug-related transaction; or

(3) The methamphetamine or cocaine is separated and packaged in a manner to facilitate delivery; or

(4) The person possesses a firearm that is in the immediate physical control of the person at the time of the possession of methamphetamine or cocaine; or

(5) The person possesses at least two (2) other controlled substances in any amount; or

(6) Other relevant and admissible evidence that contributes to the proof that a person’s purpose was to deliver methamphetamine or cocaine.

(b) A person who violates this section upon conviction is guilty of a:

(1) Class C felony if the person possessed less than two grams (2g) of methamphetamine or cocaine by aggregate weight, including an adulterant or diluent;

(2) Class B felony if the person possessed two grams (2g) or more but less than ten grams (10g) of methamphetamine or cocaine by aggregate weight, including an adulterant or diluent; or

(3) Class A felony if the person possessed ten grams (10g) or more but less than two hundred grams (200g) of methamphetamine or cocaine by aggregate weight, including an adulterant or diluent.