A Monticello man, convicted 24 years ago of of marijuana delivery, is one of five applicants that Gov. Mike Beebe says he intends to pardon.

Beebe on Friday announced his intent to pardon Thomas Boyd Jr., of Monticello; Todd Black, of Cleveland; Sonya Perry, of Pine Bluff; Yolanda Woolfolk, Little Rock; and Jalissa Young, of Conway.

Thomas Boyd Jr., who was convicted in 1987  of marijuana delivery in Drew County, has completed all of the terms of his sentence and there have been no further criminal-law violations. The sheriff has objections to the application for clemency.

Todd Black was convicted in 1999, in Van Buren County, of possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia, manufacturing marijuana, and possession of marijuana. All of the terms of his sentence have been completed and there have been no further criminal-law violations. There are no law-enforcement objections to Black’s application.

Sonya Perry was convicted of shoplifting in 1997 in Pine Bluff District Court. All of the terms of her sentence have been completed and there have been no further criminal-law violations. There are no law-enforcement objections to Perry’s application.

Yolanda Woolfolk was convicted of forgery in 1988 and burglary in 1990 in Pulaski County. All of the terms of her sentences have been completed and there have been no further criminal-law violations. There are no law-enforcement objections to Woolfolk’s application.

Jalissa Young was convicted of theft in 2007 in Conway District Court. All of the terms of her sentence have been completed and there have been no further criminal-law violations. There are no law-enforcement objections to the application.

There is a 30-day waiting period to receive public feedback on the pardons before final action is taken. Beebe denied 24 clemency requests and took no action upon 27 others.