Two Kansas Department of Corrections inmates convicted of crimes in Pawnee County are scheduled for parole hearings during the month of October. They may be eligible for parole in November.
Jeremiah Lee Pack, 38, was convicted of stalking and three counts indecent liberties with a child older than 14 and younger than 16 years of age/lewd fondling, all in Pawnee County. He is incarcerated at the Wichita Work Release center.
Stuart Barry Fish, 54, was convicted of criminal damage to property, $100 or more, in 1983, and of theft, $150 or more, in 1987, both in Pawnee County. He also has 1991 convictions in Sedgwick County for aggravated burglary, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated battery and aggravated robbery. He is incarcerated at Hutchinson Correctional Facility-East where he is working in a job.
The Prisoner Review Board will hold public comment sessions in September so that comments can be received from any interested citizens concerning inmates who are entitled by law to a parole hearing in October.
Hearings will be held at Derby Police and Courts in Derby on Sept. 13, Municipal Court House in Topeka on Sept. 22, and City Hall in Kansas City on Sept. 25.
Written comments may be mailed to Kansas Department of Corrections, Prisoner Review Board; 714 SW Jackson, Suite 300; Topeka, KS 66603.