Parole Block for Dylan Carpenter
AR Post Prison Transfer Board
1302 Pike Avenue
North Little Rock, AR 72113
RE: Dylan Carpenter ADC #171859 Date: 1-28-2021
Quadryon (Quan) Gipson went with two friends to see Dylan Carpenter. Quadryon got out of the car to meet him and was shot to death by Carpenter. Quan and his friends did not have a gun. Dylan Carpenter testified he in fact waited in the Hot Springs Mall parking lot with pedestrians and their children with a loaded .45 for at least 45 minutes waiting on Quadryon Gipson to arrive. (Anticipating on killing him)
Quadryon was killed one day before he was to return from Christmas break to complete his sophomore year of college at Henderson State University. He had never been in trouble with law enforcement.
Carpenter received 120 months for terroristic threatening, 120 months for battery in the first degree and 60 months for manslaughter. We feel he should serve more than 4 years.
We, STRONGLY OPPOSE, parole for Mr. Carpenter.