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Monty-Ray Judge #01959077

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I was very depressed when I made an illegal entry into an open door of a house. I had not worked for a few months due to a job injury and my wife left me, and I was facing overwhelming debt without any means of paying. I was so depressed that I attempted to commit suicide by taking an overdose of meth that should have killed me, but did not. I began running down various streets and through back yards looking for an open door that I could enter and find something to steal in order to get more drugs.

In that house, I found a rifle and ammo but I am not familiar with firearms and I did not know how to load the rifle so that I could commit suicide. Then the homeowner came home and I ran out of the house. There was never any danger to the homeowner, but I was charged with aggravated burglary because the homeowner saw me with his rifle in my hands. Because of some extremely poor legal counsel in the past in which I was told to plea guilty to a case of manufacturing GHB for a probation sentence, I was enhanced to habitual offender for the burglary charge.

It is interesting that the undercover Fort Worth PD narc who gave me the quart jar of water to hold was not charged. The only reason I was at the scene of the GHB crime was that my girlfriend at the time asked me to go with her to meet some super meth cook. Turns out that my girlfriend was a snitch and the meth cook never showed up and I was arrested as the meth cook. None of the other 6 people there were charged with anything. I was a drug addict. I have never harmed anyone. 60 years without parole is a little excessive considering that in Texas the average sentence for a death in a bar fight is about 10 years.

About Monty-Ray

Astrological sign:
Virgo
Willing to correspond outside of the U.S.:
Yes
Photo verified by WriteAPrisoner.com:
No
Birth date:
9/23/1980 (age 40)
Eyes:
Blue
Hair:
Blonde
Hometown:
Keller, TX
Marital status:
Divorced
Race / ethnicity:
Caucasian
Religion:
Christian
Interested in furthering their education:
Yes
Seeking prayer partners:
Yes
Seeking legal help:
Yes
Sex:
Male
Sexual identity / orientation:
Straight
Profile starts on:
11/11/2020
Profile ends on:
11/11/2021

Incarceration Information

Earliest release date:
4/4/2074
On death row:
No
Incarcerated since:
1/1/2014
Serving life sentence:
No
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Official Links: This person is incarcerated in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

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High School

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Keller High School
601 N. Pate-Orr Rd.
Keller, TX

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Unknown

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Unknown

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