Delays in Inmate Release: A Look at Recent Issues in Oklahoma County Jail
In recent news, concerns have arisen regarding the efficiency of the Oklahoma County Jail system, particularly in the timely release of inmates. A case in point is that of Nikita Webb, who found herself in a perplexing situation after a judge ordered her release on misdemeanor drug offenses. While the judge’s decision came on a Monday, Nikita didn’t regain her freedom until a whole week later. This case serves as a stark example of the challenges faced by the Oklahoma County Jail and its impact on individuals involved.
Virginia woman who has been arrested 63 times is back in jail again
Chelsea Steiniger had been arrested 63 times, according to the Virginia state database. She had already been considered one of Virginia’s most arrested women. Her arrest record just went up because she is back behind bars facing nearly two dozen new charges.
The hostages' families should have been jailed says former US citizen who was an Israeli spy
Jonathan Pollard is a former US Navy intelligence analyst who was imprisoned for spying for Israel. Pollard said that the families of Israeli hostages should have been jailed to shut them up.
Dynamo: A Unique Approach to Inmate Rehabilitation
In the realm of prison reform, there is a glimmer of hope emerging from the heartland of the United States. A program called Dynamo, implemented in a Missouri prison, is rewriting the rules of inmate rehabilitation and reintegration. In this blog, we’ll delve into this unique approach, exploring how it is making waves and challenging traditional prison norms.
Olympic Star Granted Parole
In a surprising turn of events, former Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius has been granted parole, two years earlier than initially expected. Pistorius, who gained fame as the "Blade Runner" due to his double amputation and use of prosthetic legs, was convicted in 2016 for the murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, a case that captured international attention. The parole decision, effective from January 5, 2024, comes with specific conditions. Pistorius is required to live in the area of Pretoria and seek permission from authorities to leave. Additionally, he must participate in a court-ordered anger management program and engage in community service, with these parole conditions set to remain in place for five years.
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Two Connecticut Men Arrested in Vermont for Fentanyl Distribution
Burlington, Vermont - Brendan Salmon, 30, also known as "Nice," from Hartford, Connecticut, and Lincoln Anthony Robinson, Jr., 28, of Windsor, Connecticut, were arrested on November 16, 2023, in Hardwick, Vermont. The arrests were announced by the Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont.
Donna Adelson Booked in Leon Jail: New Twist in the Markel Murder Saga
Tallahassee, FL – The intricate web of the Dan Markel murder case tightens as Donna Adelson, a key figure in the conspiracy, is brought to Leon County to face charges. Donna Adelson, 73, found herself in the grips of the law, transported to the Leon County Detention Facility after a week in Miami's Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center. This transfer, occurring on Monday, follows her arrest on November 13, when she and her husband were caught attempting to flee the country. They were apprehended at Miami International Airport, trying to fly to Vietnam – a country without an extradition treaty with the U.S. Adelson's arrest came notably less than 48 hours before a grand jury indicted her on charges of first-degree murder, conspiracy, and solicitation.
NDCS launches next phase of transitionary program
LINCOLN - The next phase of a program aimed at helping incarcerated individuals transition back into every day life after getting out of prison has been launched by the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services.
Things Not to Do When Visiting a Friend in Jail: Lessons from a Bay Area Case
The recent case of Martin Ruppel Jr., a 44-year-old Bay Area man who avoided jail time despite delivering methamphetamine to an undercover FBI informant, offers a cautionary tale for those visiting friends in jail. While Ruppel’s situation involved activities outside of a jail visit, it underscores the critical importance of understanding and respecting the rules and regulations when visiting someone in prison. Here are some key things to avoid:
Last Escaped Inmate from Bibb County Jail, Apprehended Near Stockbridge
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Mental Illness & Criminal Justice: A Crucial Need for Change
The mistreatment of inmates who have mental illness in the criminal justice system. The criminal justice system in the United States has a significant problem with the mistreatment of inmates who have mental illness. According to a report by the Treatment Advocacy Center, individuals with untreated mental illnesses are 16 times more likely to be killed during a police encounter than those without mental illnesses. This prevalence of mental illness in the criminal justice system is due in part to the deinstitutionalization of mental health facilities, which has led to an increase in mentally ill individuals entering the criminal justice system. However, despite the high prevalence of mental illness among inmates, many do not have access to adequate mental health treatment while incarcerated.
Arrested Palm Coast Mother Involved in Armed Home Invasion, Leaving Children in Car
A Palm Coast mother, Kiarra Strickland, has been arrested by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office for allegedly leaving her children in the car during an armed home invasion. Strickland, aged 33, is facing charges of home invasion robbery with a firearm and is currently held without bond in the Flagler County jail.
Jailing For Profit: The Plight of American Citizens
While DMV Investigations took the trip to the mountain town of Rock Springs for an unrelated investigation from our offices in Utah, it was discovered the Sweetwater County Jail is possibly running a side hustle. We found a woman awaiting trial. She was distressed, lacking the necessary funds to purchase shampoo or soap, unlike many illegal aliens who flood the borders of our nation funded by cartels. The United States Government ensures they get free handouts, social security numbers, welfare, and anything else they may need while illegally in our country.
Tackling Violence in L.A. County Jails
The unsealed surveillance videos that expose violence against inmates inside L.A. County jails offer a disturbing glimpse into the potential systemic factors contributing to these occurrences. One crucial factor is overcrowding, which creates an environment where tensions run high and can easily escalate into violence.
Daycare Workers Arrested for Allegedly Encouraging Child Violence at Kids Unlimited of Prosperity
Two daycare workers from Newberry County, Ericka Sherai’ Jones and Serena Caldwell, were arrested on Thursday for allegedly permitting and encouraging children to engage in physical altercations at the Kids Unlimited of Prosperity daycare, as reported by the Newberry County Sheriff’s Department.
Operation SC Round-Up: 111 Arrests
In a bold and coordinated effort, the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS), joined forces with 17 federal, state, county, and local law enforcement agencies in October to execute 'Operation South Carolina Round-Up.' This week-long statewide warrant operation aimed to apprehend wanted offenders and enhance community safety.
Florida Man Charged for Drugging and Murder of His Husband
In a chilling and unsettling incident that has sent shockwaves through Marion County, Florida, Herbert Swilley, a 55-year-old man, has been arrested on charges related to the death of his husband, Timothy Smith, aged 59. The alleged crime, which took place in March of this year, is a harrowing tale of deceit and brutality. Investigators claim that Swilley drugged Smith with a 30-times normal dose of diphenhydramine, a common ingredient found in medications like Benadryl and Unisom, rendering him incapacitated. Following this, Swilley is accused of strangling Smith to death using an unknown ligature within the confines of their own home. These shocking details paint a grim picture of domestic violence and a calculated crime.
Tragic Incidents Highlight the Need for Reform in Corrections: Stephanie Dunbar’s Story
In a heartbreaking turn of events, the family of Stephanie Dunbar, a Louisville woman who took her own life while in Metro Corrections, has received a $1.25 million settlement from the city in a wrongful death lawsuit. The case sheds light on serious issues within the corrections system and raises questions about the responsibility of those involved.
Deputy who punched and kicked handcuffed man in the head is charged with violating civil rights
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – On Friday, November 3, a federal grand jury unsealed an indictment charging a former Elmore County Sheriff’s Deputy with depriving an arrestee of his civil rights under color of law.