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Meet Juan:

My name is Juan Lebario. I've been incarcerated since 2009. For the last 12 years, I've been spending my time helping the prisoners that I've been blessed to acquaint myself with. I encourage them to have hope that they can overcome their drug and alcohol addictions, uncontrolled anger, and criminal behavior. I want them to live a life that would make their parents and children proud. They can leave prison with hope to live a productive life filled with love, peace, and purpose.

I'm looking to connect with people who may be living in their own prison - a prison of addiction or hopelessness. They need somebody to help them out of the darkness and into the light. I'm that person who has experience in these areas and am willing to listen with no judgment and encourage them on their life's journey with purpose.

I'm also looking for people who want to expand my vision of healing and wholeness to those suffering from brokenness. If you feel like this is your calling, I want to be a part of your vision to bring healing to the nation.

"The Spirit of the Lord is upon me because He has anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed; to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord." - Luke 4:18

About Juan:

Astrological Sign: Leo Date of Birth: (45 y/o)
Religion: Christian Sex: Male
Race / Ethnicity: Hispanic/Latino American Marital Status: Single
Sexual Identity / Orientation: Straight Institutional Email:
Hometown: Phoenix, AZ Hair: Brown
Willing to correspond outside of the U.S.? Yes Eyes: Brown
Seeking prayer partners? Yes
Profile Started: August 09, 2023
Profile Ends: August 09, 2024
Seeking legal help? Yes
Profile Started: August 09, 2023
Profile Ends: August 09, 2024
Photo was verified at a government website: Yes  

Incarceration Information:

Earliest Release Date:
Latest Release Date: 2056
On death row? No
Incarcerated Since: 2009
Serving life sentence? No
Incarcerated For:See Crime
Official Links:
This person is incarcerated in the Arizona Department of Corrections.

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Juan Lebario #157432
ASPC Tucson-Winchester Unit AZ
United States
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MUST BE 18 OR OLDER AND REGISTERED AND LOGGED IN TO WRITE JUAN
POSTAL MAIL OPTION: EMAIL FORWARDING OPTION:
Juan Lebario #157432
ASPC Tucson-Winchester Unit AZ
United States
Log in or register to view full address.
Email Juan Now!

We will print and mail your first message if you do not already know Juan.

TYPE AND PRINT OPTION: OFFICIAL PRISON EMAIL OPTION:
Type and Print Letter to Juan

Type as many letters as you like on our website, print, save, and send via postal mail to the address listed.

Send a message to Juan on Securus Technologies

We have no control over this contact method. For any customer support inquiries, please contact this organization directly using their website at Securus Technologies.

POINT OF CONTACT: Before sending your first message to someone incarcerated, we ask that you please read our Point of Contact section.

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High School:
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Tolleson HIgh

United States

College:
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United States

Military Service:
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