Former state senator Nick Wilson of Pocahontas, who was sent to federal prison in 2000 after his conviction on corruption charges, is back in Arkansas. Wilson was sentenced to nearly six years in prison after he was convicted of tax evasion and conspiracy in 1999 and pleaded guilty to a racketeering charge in 2000. He was accused in three schemes to bilk money from state programs benefiting children and injured school workers. He was also ordered to pay one-point-one- million dollars in fines and restitution. He served 29 years in the state Senate. Wilson served the bulk of his sentence at a federal prison in Florida. A federal official says Wilson is now living at a halfway house somewhere in Arkansas operated by the federal Bureau of Prisons. Regulations won`t allow the disclosure of the city where Wilson is. Wilson`s wife, Susan, lives in Little Rock.