A Hamburg man, convicted 32 years ago of theft of property, and a Rison man, convicted 10 years ago of third-degree battery, are among the eight applicants that Gov. Asa Hutchinson says he intends to pardon.

Hutchinson on Monday announced his intent to pardon Raymond T. Flowers of Hamburg and Jeffrey S. Jacks of Rison.

Flowers, who was convicted in 1983 of theft of property (a Class C felony) in Little River County, has completed all of the terms of his sentence and there have been no further criminal-law violations. There are no law enforcement objections to Flowers’ application.

Jacks, who was convicted in 2005 of third-degree battery (a misdemenor) in Rison District Court, has completed all of the terms of his sentence and there have been no further criminal-law violations. There are no law-enforcement objections to Jacks’ application.

Hutchinson also intends to pardon the following individuals:

Carl W. Burkholder of Chandler, Arizona, who was convicted in 1980 in Boone County of delivery of a controlled substance (cocaine) and possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), both Class felonies. Burkholder has completed all of the terms of his sentence, there have been no further criminal-law violations and there are no law-enforcement objections to Burkholder’s application.

Billy J. Gibson of Fort Smith, convicted in 1999 in Sebastian County of conspiracy possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, a Class A felony, and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class C felony. Gibson has completed all of the terms of his sentence, there have been no further criminal-law violations and there are no law-enforcement objections to Gibson’s application.

Mary Williams Hartfield of Little Rock, who was convicted in 1994 and 1995 in Pulaski County of delivery of a controlled substance, a Class Y felony, and conviction of possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class C felony. Hartfield has completed all of the terms of his sentence, there have been no further criminal-law violations and there are no law-enforcement objections to Hartfield’s application.

Michael W. Jones of Natural Dam, who was convicted in 1993 in Crawford County, of three counts of breaking or entering, a Class D felony; four counts of theft of property, a Class C felony; theft of property, a Class B felony; and two counts of theft by receiving, a Class C felony. Jones has completed all of the terms of his sentence and there have been no further criminal-law violations. The prosecuting attorney raised objections to Jones’ application.

Bennie R. Kelly of Killeen, Texas, who was convicted in 1981 in Ouachita County of first-degree forgery, a Class B felony. Kelly has completed all of the terms of his sentence, there have been no further criminal-law violations and there are no law-enforcement objections to Kelly’s application.

Teresa M. Reynolds of Little Rock, who was convicted in 1996 in Pulaski County of delivery, possession or manufacture of drugs, a felony; first-degree forgery, a Class B felony; theft by receiving, a Class C felony; and endangering welfare of a minor, a misdemeanor. Reynolds has completed all of the terms of her sentence, there have been no further criminal-law violations and there are no law-enforcement objections to Reynolds’ application.