Fort Smith man draws ten years on petition to revoke probation for various 2016 felony convictions
A fifty-two year-old Fort Smith man who has been a resident at the Sebastian County Detention Center since August of last year will have a new mailing address in the very near future after he was sentenced to ten years total time in the Arkansas Department of Corrections during proceedings last week in Sebastian County Circuit Court.
Larry Eugene Davis, who was arrested August 20, 2020 for terroristic acts, firearms violations and for being in possessions of controlled substances with intent to deliver saw his parole revoked for a pair of convictions from 2016 that netted him a 36 month sentence.
The original arrest for Davis included convictions for Terroristic Threatening, Assault on a Family or Household Member and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Those arrests, in June and December of 2016, also triggered a Revocation of Parole for crimes committed previously.
There was also another arrest for Possession of Meth or Cocaine in the int0erim was was not prosecuted by the court.
Davis sought a directed verdict in the hearing twice last Thursday, which was denied before and after the witnesses testified. The court records also listed Davis as a habitual offender although there is no mention of a sentence enhancement in the fial documents.