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Completed by:Supervising Corrections Officer Ethan Edwards____________
Inmate Identification Number:16229A________________________________
Birth Date:March 12, 1974__________________________________________
Marks/Scars/Tattoos:Large tattoo on small of back._________________
Next of Kin:None.__________________________________________________
Offense:Three counts murder in the first degree. Convicted, August 2nd.
Sentence:Death by lethal injection.________________________________
Release Date:Scheduled date of execution is December 15th._________
Current Legal Status:No appeals pending.___________________________
Date of Transfer:Inmate is sentenced to be transferred to Abbott State Penitentiary on September 1st.________________________________________________
Assigned Housing Unit:D-Block, unit # DX-02._______________________
Medical Status:Inmate claims to be prone to black outs, during which time he has no memory of his actions. No medical data has ever been presented to back up his claim. Inmate has anger management issues.
Notes: Corrections officers will need to be mindful of inmate's safety due to the nature of his crime. D.O.C. regulations prohibit discussion of the specifics of an inmate's crime between officers, but due to the high level of publicity surrounding this inmate's offense I will make an exception: inmate was convicted of killing his ex-wife and two young children. Penitentiary population does not look well on child killers. That said, inmate has a record of violent (and sometimes lethal) altercations during previous sentence carried out at Eastern Correctional Institution. In short: it seems he is able to take care of himself. Despite periodic outbursts of violence (primarily against other inmates), inmate has been very cooperative with corrections personnel. This inmate will need to be watched closely, though the amount of trouble he could cause on death row is minimal.