Two federal prison inmates from Tennessee, both convicted on charges of distributing cocaine, are among 95 persons receiving pre-Christmas sentence commutations from President Obama, according to a White House press release.
They are listed as Glenn D. Gold of Clarksville and Marcus Stovall of Etowah.
Here’s the information on the two contained in the press release:
Glen D. Gold — Clarksville, TN
Offense: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine and cocaine base; possession with intent to distribute cocaine and cocaine base; use of a firearm during and in relation to a drug trafficking crime; felon in possession of a firearm (Middle District of Tennessee)
Sentence: Life plus 60 months’ imprisonment; five years’ supervised release (Apr. 23, 1997)
Commutation Grant: Prison sentence commuted to expire on April 16, 2016
Marcus Stovall – Etowah, TN
Offense: Possession of cocaine base with intent to distribute (Eastern District of Tennessee)
Sentence: 240 months’ imprisonment; 10 years’ supervised release (Oct. 21, 2002)
Commutation Grant: Prison sentence commuted to expire on April 16, 2016.
Note: The press release is HERE. Stovall had a petition to vacate his sentence rejected by the court in 2013 and the order in that matter is HERE. Gold’s brother had petitioned the president for a commutation on the change.org website, posted HERE.