Garland County Deputy held in County Jail

Garland County Sheriff Deputy Neil Parliment, 39, was booked into the Union County Jail Thursday where he is on hold for the U.S. Marshals Service.

According to a press release from United States Attorney Conner Eldridge, Parliment was arrested for enticing an individual to engage in prostitution from January to June 2013.

Parliment allegedly arranged for a Memphis prostitute to come to Hot Springs for the purposes of exchanging sexual activity for money, according to the report.

The report also stated that over the course of investigation, it was discovered he had facilitated meetings and introductions between the prostitute and others for sexual activity.

If convicted, Parliment faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.

Parliment is the Marine Patrol Commander for Garland County Sheriff’s Office.

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2 Responses to Garland County Deputy held in County Jail

  1. The Lone Reader says:

    Interesting but let’s get a little more local. Like, are the El Dorado PD and the Union Co. SO investigating who Lara Mason’s “police officer” friend was?

  2. Admin says:

    We are currently investigating the matter. Will let you know when we find out more information.

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