Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Family Matters

A 35 year old man was recently released from state prison serving a 10 year sentence for armed robbery and vehicle theft. He was released on parole 18 months early for good behavior. He returned to civilian life with a resolution to become a law abiding citizen.

He reconciled with his family who welcomed him home with hopes for a better future together. They were short on space as five adults and one child lived together in the small 2 bedroom apartment. They were happy to be together, though, and hoped he would be able to help care for his 23 year old special-needs sister while Mom worked.

After a few months, things began to sour. It was unfortunate he was unable to find work but even more so that he didn't even bother looking. One thing he did find, however, was alcohol -and lots of it. He decided it was much easier to pass the time drinking 40 ounce malt liquors with his buddies than to actually attempt a productive life. Mom was becoming fed up with him but it wasn't the drunkenness that pushed her over the edge;

It was the rape of his 23 year old mentally challenged sister that did it.

Mom came home to find him and his buddy passed out on the couches. She called police to have him escorted out. While we were on the way, her daughter (and his sister) called her to report he had sexually assaulted her 3 times in the last 2 weeks. One time, her 4 year old son walked in on them in the act. Mother was appalled, furious, and thankful police were there to stop her from fulfilling her own punishment on him.

Of course he denied sister's accusations and blamed it on her mental instability. When I informed him she had undergone a forensic examination at the hospital in which DNA evidence was collected, his eyes opened wide with fright. Even through his drunken state I could sense him contemplating his pending return to state prison with the possibility of another decade or so of added time.

We contacted his Parole Officer (PO) by phone and told him of the convict's current drunken state. One of the provisions of his parole was no consumption of alcohol. The PO revoked his parole which meant an immediate trip back to prison to serve the remaining year and a half of his original sentence. While there, the detectives will be busy preparing multiple charges of sexual assault.

People do all kinds of bad things but those who victimize a vulnerable member of their own family epitomize the sentiment: "Lock 'em up and throw away the key."


At January 28, 2009 7:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope they never let him out.

At January 28, 2009 9:00 AM, Blogger Teri Kathleen said...

I hope that the stories I've heard about what is done to inmates when the other inmates know they did stuff like that is true!!! I hope he gets done to him what he did to her but worse!!!

At January 28, 2009 10:28 PM, Blogger Gigi said...

Another prisoner rehabilitation, right? Disgusting

At January 29, 2009 10:42 AM, Blogger Moe said...

Fucking savage.

At January 29, 2009 2:50 PM, Blogger whimsical brainpan said...


Also I think he needs to be castrated with a rusty carrot peeler.

At February 04, 2009 9:08 AM, Blogger Thomas said...

I hope he finds himself a real special friend in jail.
One who really knows how to make him understand what it is like to take advantage of someone who is weaker.

This is why I believe in revenge
This also why I like the police. I bet it felt good to lock this scumbag up

At February 04, 2009 10:42 AM, Blogger Bob G. said...

Be a DAMN shame if something "happened" to him...

"The darker the crime, the deeper the dungeon"

Worked for ROME.

At February 08, 2009 8:28 AM, Anonymous WI-RebelGirl said...

I feel for the family...they gave him their trust and hope for his future and he returned it by basically spitting in in their face!

I like the carrot peeler idea!

At March 19, 2009 8:35 PM, Blogger Ben said...

Just think if this was a woman all would be good and nothing would happen. Sorry if I sound odd but I watched my ex=wife get away with it. I have given the LPD (VVSD) not only a smoking gun but loaded it many times.

I have a daugther that has Austim.

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Officer Gary,
I don't know if you are aware but 3 convicts recently escaped from Louisiana, recently. It looks like they robbed a woman in Pensacola and cut her 2 fingers off. They later supposedly robbed a store in Tallahassee. About that same time a FSU student went missing and to date is still missing. Evidence was supposedly found in their stolen truck in Miami linking them to the missing student. You might want to google this.

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