A man convicted of stealing a brush saw in a Camden County burglary back in 1962 will no longer have the charge showing on his record. Roy Harrell served one year of a three-year term and was discharged from parole with no violations and has, since, retired after a career of steady employment. Harrell is among seven others Governor Jay Nixon has granted pardons to closing the non-violent offenses on their records. The other seven had convictions for illegal drugs, burglary, stealing and a bad check. The governor, last week, signed Senate Bill 588 making it easier for former offenders who have become productive members of society to petition the court to close their criminal records.