• jimmys-white-hyundai:

    Huge thanks to Spundy, JHCR and Blue (and any other Holmies who have met up with them!) for the photo’s from inside James’ former apartment! I’m glad it has a cool new owner! :D

    You’re welcome guys :)

    The guy was really chill - I was very surprised. Tbh, no one was expecting him to come down and talk with us or even invite us up. In all honesty had it been anyone else, I wouldn’t have even gone. But this guy was harmless, so it was alright. 

    Working on something neat right now for you all. I love this place, it just re-ignites the flames for this. Thanks CO. :)

    Disgraced former Arapahoe sheriff Patrick Sullivan gets prison time

    Arapahoe County Jail Medications, Colorado

    Arapahoe County Jail Medications Policies.

    JM: Did you always have access to necessary medications?
    Katrina: not fast you have to see the doctor which takes about 2-3months and its hard to get them to give you anything for a headache or any other issue its a struggle in there to get anything
    Rachel: No,they didnt give me my meds for my high blood pressure.anxiety,headache or anything
    Graham: No. You had to put in a request every time.
    Gordon: No, I did not at all.
    Marcus: The med cart went along with picking up your meal in line, and there was a night nurse. I had to buy my i.b.pruffen at a verry high cost on commissary I remember.
    Melissa: No. I had a migraine and asked about the process to get ibuprofen. Realistically, it would have been 3-4 days later, if at all. Pointless.
    Andrea: Didn’t apply

    JM: How did you get your medications?
    Katrina: a nurse comes in the am and the pm for medication call and the people that take meds line up
    Rachel: Didnt get them
    Graham: They would come by twice daily. Once in the morning and once at night. They’d bring a little cart around.
    Gordon: You would place a request for medical into a box, and if you were lucky you would see a nurse a week later.
    Marcus: I got my sleeping medication when the nightly nurse came around on his or her 4th trip a day or people got their meds with their meal.
    Melissa: I did not.
    Andrea: Didn’t apply

    JM: What types of punishments were incurred for abuse of drugs? Did you ever witness this?
    Katrina: disciplinary lock down whatever they see fit.
    Rachel: Dont know
    Graham: If you got caught it was a write up and straight to the hole. I did witness one of my friends get in trouble for it.
    Gordon: Yes, I witnessed many people try to “cheek’ their medication. The ones that were caught went directly to the hole (unless they were a jail house plant trying to find out information on others to ‘snitch” on).
    Marcus: I’m sure charges were filed if you were caught with drugs, but I never witnessed this and there were never any situations I knew of. It was in fact a very clean jail.
    Melissa: I didn’t see anything like this.
    Andrea: I didn’t see this.

    Arapahoe County Jail Visitor Policy, Colorado

    Here’s some information about Arapahoe County Jail Visitation Policies :)


    JM: How often could you receive visitors?
    Katrina: three times a week
    Rachel: Dont know
    Graham: You could have 3 visitors a week and there were only 3 visiting days a week.
    Gordon: Twice a week (if someone wanted to visit). i my self did not have any visits.
    Marcus: Visitors had to call and schedule before coming I know that. I think there were a few certain days but I’m not totally sure.
    Melissa: I don’t know that there is a limit.
    Andrea: I don’t know.

    JM: Was the check-in process lengthy for those who came to see you?
    Katrina: 2-3times a week in araphoe 1 a week in douglas arahoe was pretty east but douglas they made them wait awhile
    Rachel: didnt experience
    Graham: I’m not sure honestly. Never been on the other side of the glass. But my mom did say that it was difficult to get in.
    Gordon: Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above).
    Marcus: I’m not sure and I have no way of finding out since I’m not in contact with who visited me anymore, but the way things were run there I’m sure it was a timely process, I don’t know.
    Melissa: Yes. They have to be on an approved list that you have to set up, which is dependent upon how quickly the guards actually get you the forms. Then it’ll depend on how quickly they file those forms, and if they do it correctly. Then a visitor would have to set up the visit 24 hours in advance. Then they would show up and wait. I did hear the wait was always long, but I didn’t have anyone visit.
    Andrea: Yes, it was actually impossible. First an inmate has to “Put them on your visitors list” which involves actually getting the attention of a guard and THEN waiting for THEM to feel like getting you the form. THEN you have to hope they actually submit it in a timely manner. IF they do, your visitor has to then set up a visit at least 24 hours in advance, arrive, be processed for over an hour, and it’s not even a visit. It’s on a video TV monitor. You’re just watching them on TV.

    JM: What was the visiting environment like?
    Katrina: araphoe was through a video screen and douglas was behind glass with a phone 
    Rachel: Didnt experience
    Graham: There was no privacy other than a phone you talked on. All visits were over a tv screen that most of the time you could not see anything. The sound was terrible sometimes and you had to sit on a hard bench. Visits were only 30 mins long and it sucked.
    Gordon: Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above). Do not know (see above).
    Marcus: For this stay it was torturous because I was spoiled with the stay I had previously between a glass window. This stay you had a television to look at or a camera to look onto.. whatever you and the person visiting could try to figure out but it was very confusing trying to figure out how to try and make eye contact. We were on complete opposite sides of the jail, and there was a sense of distance on top of the actual distance.
    Melissa: It is on a monitor. You don’t get to actually SEE them, they are on a TV screen, and so are you.
    Andrea: It’s on a video TV monitor. You’re just watching them on TV. You don’t even really get to see them.

    Arapahoe County Jail Jail Layout, Colorado

    Hello lovelies, seeing how I’m out and about, I figured I would slip this nice little nugget on here for you. I thought this was pretty interesting about Arapahoe County Jail’s layout, so here you all go. :)

    JM: How many different blocks were there?
    Katrina: araphoe there were 5 blocks with about 54 women in each block in douglas there was only one block with about 40 women
    Rachel: Dont know,first time n jail,didnt stay long enough to figure that one out.dont care to know neither
    Graham: Im not even too sure.
    Gordon: 6 pods with 6 modules. Each module held approximately 40 to 60 persons.
    Marcus: There were 6 blocks, each containing 6 rooms with @ 20 rooms holding what was supposed to be 2 people for 2 bunks but sometimes it would have 2 on the floor as well. 
    Melissa: I saw at least 2 for the women, I don’t know how many total.
    Andrea: A lot. There were multiple floors with both men and women separately. 

    JM: Did they have names? If so, what were they?
    Katrina: araphoe there was pod1 housing a,b,c,d,e,and douglas there was c-2
    Rachel: Dont know
    Graham: They were numberd 1-6 and in each one there were 6 cell blocks that had a letter on them like A-F.
    Gordon: Pods A through F. Pods A through F. Pods A through F. Pods A through F. Pods A through F. Pods A through F. Pods A through F. Pods A through F.
    Marcus: Block 1 though 6, each room named a though f.
    Melissa: I don’t know.
    Andrea: I don’t know. 

    JM: Which types of inmates were housed in the different blocks?
    Katrina: in araphoe you had maxium,2mediums,minum and trustee
    Rachel: We were all together
    Graham: All types. there were no set types on the blocks. but in two units it was minimum security. I was placed in Maximum Security and there were all types of different people there.
    Gordon: County persons (misdemeanants) in one or two. Then felons in one or two. Then CDOC in another. And then weird persons in another (like mental persons). I really did not want to around anyone.
    Marcus: 1 was intake, solitary confinement and protected, Work release/trustee were 2 and 4. 3 was 1/2 women and regular population. 5 was high risk felons and awaiting prison, and 6 was regular population. 
    Melissa: The Pod that I was in had everything from DUI’s to Felony Manslaughter to Drug Charges to Misdemeanors to Traffic Offenders. It seemed mixed. I know that the Maximum Security people are housed elsewhere, and it’s different.
    Andrea: I was only in the one POD, which was varied levels of inmates, from just being processed and released to convicted violent felons. It didn’t seem very organized. There are also NO GUARDS present in the LOCKED PODS. They are outside, in a different room.

    JM: What do you remember being the nicest and worst parts about the different blocks?
    Katrina: I liked max there was less women and most of the women that were housed in that pod had been to prison and on there way backso they know how to do there time i didnt like the blocks because most of the girls like to gossip and start drama.
    Rachel: Was only on one
    Graham: well honestly, there was nothing nice about the units. Each cell was 8x12 with three people in there. and the windows were covered so you couldn’t see out in any way. the toilets only had 2 flushes every 20 mins and there were three of us in the cell!!! thats messed up.
    Gordon: Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods. Certain Deputies that thought that they were gods.
    Marcus: I really don’t know how to answer this..? I guess 2 and 4 would have been nice because everybody there was there to do their time and get out. I remember intake as I said was the worst because I couldnt get medical attention, in fact the guards made fun of me for my broken hand instead of helping me until I crossed that nice guard (the human/humain one in my opinion).
    Melissa: There was absolutely nothing nice about the Pods or about anything else in this pit of hell. It is filthy, infested, dangerous, disgusting, and unfit for humans to live.
    Andrea: There was absolutely NOTHING nice about this hell hole. The floors, walls, and every surface was filthy. There were bugs. There were warnings posted on the bulletin board about spider bites. The “water” that was supposedly for “Drinking” was brown. The individual cells were tiny (about 5 feet wide) with a triple bunk bed, a toilet next to the door, and a metal stool/ledge. 

    Enjoy.

    So bluerthunderr is here and I’m as happy as clam in the middle of an ocean right now lol.

    She’s sleeping and I should be too tbh. We have a long ass trip ahead of us tomorrow.

    But she’s safe guys :)

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