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Hot Mugshot Guy Jeremy Meeks makes his catwalk debut for Philipp Plein

Jeremy Meeks became an internet sensation back in 2014 when his police mugshot went viral.

Fast-forward three years and he’s made his New York Fashion Week debut on the runway for Philipp Plein.

The 33-year-old was arrested in February 2014 and sentenced to 27 months in prison for possessing an illegal firearm but, after his photo was shared on Facebook, he gained a huge following.

Thousands of swooning replies and hashtags later, the ex-convict signed a modelling contract before being released from prison and is now represented by London model management agency SUPA.

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The Summit County Sheriff’s Department and Bath Township Police comb the Bath, Ohio former residence of Jeffrey Dahmer, after his arrest in 1991. Police were searching for anything remaining of Steven Hicks: Dahmer’s first victim, whose bones he crushed and scattered around the woods behind the home.

The Officer who’s in charge of you has propped you up against the nearest wall.  If he’s told you anything, he’s told you to “wait here, boy.”  He hasn’t told you what you’re waiting for.  He hasn’t told you how long you’ll wait.  He’s just told you that if anybody catches you moving, that’s the last move you’ll be able to make for a long, long time.

So you learn about the wall.  The bumps in the concrete.  The flecks in the paint.  You used to believe that your money or your family or your physique or your gift of gab or your college degrees or your fashion consciousness or your sex appeal would always get you out of trouble.  They would always move mountains.  Now you’re finding out that there are some things in this world that never move, no matter how much you want them to.  If you’re like most convicts, this is your first taste of Reality.

Gabriel Roche killed a 17 year old classmate after selling him methamphetamine.  Roche believed the 17 year old, Weston North, was a police informant.  
“You don’t show your demons if you’re not going to let them out,” Roche allegedly told deputies in December 2011.  “He begged and begged,” Roche said of his alleged victim. “Just like a coward.”

About Dylann In Jail

  • He can keep 5 photos in his cell, the others will be placed in his property box. 
  • He can keep as many letters as he wants in his cell 
  • He has no restriction for visit as long as there’s booth available
  • Two people can visit him at the same time
  • He has access to “canteen” items (hygiene items, snacks, writing items) 
  • He is allowed 1 hour per day out of his cell, for showering, exercise and phone call

This is Charlie, but his friends call him CD.  He’s looking for some friends.  His case is pretty interesting- he was dating a woman and they went to her ex’s  house so she could pick up child support and the ex slapped her across the face.  When she got back out to the car, she explained to Charlie what happened and he went in there and slapped the guy around.  For whatever reason, the guy said to Charlie, “you better just kill me”, so Charlie did just that–he shot and killed him. They decided to try to hide the evidence by burning down the house. Both he and his lady got sent to prison. She was released shortly thereafter and he’s in there for life.  Anyway, a little about him: he’s 49 years old, an animal lover and a sucker for children.  He likes learning about different countries and cultures, creating leather work, country music, MMA, college football and he’s a big fan of the Atlanta Braves. You can write him here:

Charles Hastings

#140734 (E-37)

St. Clair Correctional Facility

1000 St. Clair Rd.

Springville, Alabama

35146

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The Oregon State Correctional Institution is a medium security prison located in Salem, Oregon. This prison typically houses younger inmates, including those who have begun their sentence at a youth facility. The most notable inmate housed at this prison is Kipland Kinkel, who is serving a 111-year sentence, without the possibility of parole.


Kip Kinkel is the perpetrator of the Thurston High School shooting of 1998. He murdered his parents in his Oregon home before driving to Thurston High School and opening fire, killing 2 students. Kip shows signs of paranoid Schizophrenia, and appealed for a retrial in 2007, saying that his lawyers should have used the insanity plea; he was denied a retrial and remains at the Oregon State Correctional Institution.