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Posted almost 2 years ago

 

My brother was released from prison in October. He served time in Florida. My family kind of cut ties with him when he went to prison. I was a child when he went to prison and wrote a few letters back and forth but when my dad found out I wasn't allowed to write him any more. I know he was released in October and that he is on probation possible pending other charges. I found this out by searching the internet but can't get any information about his whereabouts now. Someone suggested finding out his PO but I don't think he would be allowed to give me any information. I have his prison ID number. I would like to reach out to him and find out how he is doing is there any way I can do this?

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Rate This | Posted almost 2 years ago

 

 No....his po can't give out that info.

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Rate This | Posted almost 2 years ago

 

Most states have an online network of felons involved with the DOC. You would be able to see if he was in prison somewhere or what city his supervising probation/parole officer was in. Specific address, though...probably not going to happen.


Try looking in a phonebook or contact him by facebook or something if you want to get with him. If you were young when he went to prison, you may not know the full extent of his actions that put him in jail. If I were you, I'd trust your father and let it be. He knows your brother much better than you and seems to be protecting you from something. If your brother is already in trouble again, there is not much of liklihood of a recovery in the near future. Be careful what you get yourself into.

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Have you tried calling the institution he last served in, maybe they can help you.

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Do yourself a favor and stay away from him. If your father was that insistent on you not having any contact with him there was a probably a pretty good reason.