The teenage boy who killed his mother has been released from a detention center.
According to publicdata.com, Holden Clark was released on Nov. 30. He will be on parole until January 30, 2050.
In February 2015, police found the decomposed body of Clark’s mother, Pamela Clark, in a kitchen trash can inside their home on Paul Jones Avenue.
In June 2016, Clark pleaded guilty to first degree murder and was sentenced to 35 years in prison. At the time, the judge in the case said when Clark turned 19, he would be transferred to a state prison.
Action 10 News left a message for Clark’s parole officer to find out why he was released early. We are awaiting their response.
According to online court records, Clark is residing in Kerrville.