|Inmate: First Name Joshua A Last Name Avilla
Jail / Facility: Occc
Location: City Name Honolulu Hawaii
PICK ME UP.! HEY THERE JOSH ! WHEN ARE YOU COMING OUT ? THE PUBLIC DEFENDER SAID I CAN TAKE YOU OUT . CAN YOU CALL ME .? OR SEND ME EMAIL LOVE U ALOT !
By CHERRY BROWNLIE, Published January 26 2012.
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