Hi, my name is Chris. Thank you for visiting my profile. It gets lonely in here, so I am seeking friends. I am 5’6”, 180 pounds. I am a juvenile lifer which means that I was sentenced to life in prison at the age of 16 but fortunately the Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional. So now I am waiting to get resentenced to a term of years. Since being incarcerated I have never allowed my crime to define who I am, I have taken several classes to better myself and continue to do so. Also being an animal lover and also wanting to give back, I chose to become a dog trainer for blind and disabled people. My current puppy is Dasher who is also in my profile pictures. Also in my spare time I like to lift weights to stay in shape. I also enjoy listening to music and reading.
The best way to contact me is through jpay.com because the recent change in the mail policy in Michigan makes it a little more difficult; you need to only write on plain white envelopes with blue or black ink and on the letter to me you have to write my name and address on top of the letter and your name and address on the bottom of the letter. I hope to hear from you soon. I promise you won’t regret writing to me.
Effective Nov 1, 2017, the Michigan Dept of Corrections is implementing significant changes to the Prisoner Mail Policy, PD 05.03.118. A new Operating Procedure has been developed as well, that will further outline new requirements for processing incoming prisoner personal mail. The following regulations will be strictly enforced: 1.Personal mail will be removed from the original envelope and placed in a plain envelope for deliver. The original envelope will be discarded. 2. Your friends and family members should include your name, MDOC in identification number and the return address of the sender on both the envelope and the mail which is included in the envelope. 3. Mail containing stains of any type including but not limited to perfume, lipstick, oily substances, water marks, body fluids, etc., are not allowed. 4.Only mail written in blue or black ink or lead pencil is permitted. Mail written in marker, crayon, paint, glitter, chalk, charcoal or colored inks is not permitted. 5. Mail must not contain glue/paste or nontransparent tape of any type. 6. Greeting cards must be no larger than 6'x8", single fold, commercially produced with no embellishments, including but not limited to cutouts, jewels, raised areas , etc. 7. Photographs are allowed only if printed on white, standard weight paper: no card stock or photo paper. Mail received that violates the above regulations will be rejected by the mail room staff in accordance with PD 05.03.118.