Hodge Sentence Reviewed

Thursday, April 23, 2015

The life without parole sentence of Aaron Michael Hodge, who was convicted in a 1995 triple murder in Rector, was the subject of an Arkansas Supreme Court hearing Thursday in Mountain Home.

The Supreme Court convened at the ASU-Mountain Home campus as part of its "Appeals on Wheels" program.

Hodge is one of 56 current state inmates who were sentenced to life without parole after committing their crimes as juveniles. He was 17 at the time of the murders of his mother, Barbara Flick; stepfather, David Flick, and half-sister, Andria Flick. The crime occurred at the Flick home in Rector on Oct. 8, 1995.

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  • my comment to this story must have been deleted ... really? was not rude in any way shape or form ... Amy FLICK

    -- Posted by amyflick on Sun, Mar 6, 2016, at 7:04 PM
  • aaron tortured this family emotionally with fear. he is no better than Charles manson. he is most likely safer in prison than out, he doesn't have a clue how to behave and he is dangerous to society. Aaron has scarred the town of rector forever and the school children that knew this family, it is something you never forget.

    -- Posted by sflick on Tue, Apr 4, 2017, at 4:10 AM
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