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Law enforcement officials are best qualified to answer questions.

Archives may be available from the court records division.

Jailhouse-Babes.com, formerly known as cowtowninfo.com, began as Gabby's Lounge BBS in 1989 and has evolved into a web site specializing in helping incarcerated women find friends as pen pals to help them through their loneliness.

Linda's book will definitely open the reader's eyes to a new world that not many care to think about.

It made me look at criminals and offenders in a whole new light.

Our parents were close friends, and we’d grown up together. I loved his pug nose, his fiery red hair, and his teasing smiles.

But as his school detentions led to expulsions and, eventually, arrests for possession of weed and then burglaries, we fell out of touch.

They may be older ads but they're still seeking pen pals.

Please look them up on their prisons' web sites for current address information.

The former Ventnor resident was sentenced in 2007 for a similar scheme and in 2015 for violating terms of his release.

Giblin was also sentenced in Pennsylvania in 2013 for escaping from a halfway house in Philadelphia, where he was living following the completion of the 2007 sentence.

I was ambitious, and my sights were set on anywhere but Delaware. Maybe when got his act together, I told myself, we could finally have a real relationship.

But in the spring of 2006, Justin came back into my life with a phone call from my mother.

Giblin, 53, posted ads on telephone dating services throughout the country from January 2013 to December 2014.

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