Stacy Wilson, one of three inmates to escape the Faulkner County jail in August, has hearings set for five cases in Faulkner County Circuit Court on Monday morning.
Wilson, 41, last appeared before Circuit Judge Mike Maggio on Sept. 9 when he pleaded not guilty to third-degree escape.
Wilson is scheduled for four pretrial hearings stemming from five felony charges — third-degree escape, residential burglary, theft of property, failure to appear and theft by receiving.
Wilson is also scheduled for a motion hearing regarding a 2010 case in which he pleaded guilty to two felonies and four misdemeanors — manufacturing with intent to deliver controlled substances, possession of drug paraphernalia with intent to deliver, driving on a suspended license, carrying a weapon, improper display of license tags and no liability insurance.
Wilson, currently being held in lieu of a $1 million bond, escaped the Faulkner County jail Aug. 17 along with Jonathan Jackson, 24, and Joel Vermillion, 27.
Wilson and Vermillion, being held on no bond, were captured two days later less than two miles from the jail.
Three detention officers were fired as result of an investigation into the inmates’ escape.
Frank Shaw entered as Wilson’s defense attorney Sept. 27.