Woman paroled in 2021 after murdering boyfriend has been on the lam from supervision since release
A 49-year-old former Newton County resident who was convicted of the 2009 murder of a 39-year-old man and later released on parole remains on the after she absconded from supervision in May of 2021.
Kerry Breedlove, who pleaded down from first degree murder to second degree murder after the shooting of her then boyfriend in December of 2009, was released from prison after being granted parole sometimes after her last assessment in April of 2021. According to information from the Arkansas Department of corrections, Breedlove absconded within a week of her release from the Carroll County Detention Center in Berryville. Her original sentence for the killing of 39-year-old Shannon Price was for 20 years Published reports from 2009 indicate that Price was trying to remove a minor child from the home who was identified as Breedlove's daughter during court proceedings, when Breedlove shot him.
Breedlove is also known to use the name of Carrie Lee Miner. During her incarceration. She was housed in both of McPherson Unit of the ADC and the Carroll County Detention center. At the time she absconded from parole, free love was described as being 5 ft tall and weighing 128 lbs. During her last assessment in Carroll County she had dark hair and dark eyes. If you have any information on the whereabouts of Breedlove you are asked to call parole officer Jaime Cole at 870-423-5695 or to contact your local law enforcement agency.