|Inmate: Daniel Phares
Jail / Facility: Randolph
Location: Elkins West Virginia
2-3 business, yeah rightI see you have not changed a thing Daniel, plan on seeing the girls after they are 18. I knew when we talked you were full of crap, okay Mr.Drug Free. Just keep on breaking the girls heart. Just stay away for Good, as Eleana, would say. You are full of SHIT! NOTHING BUT A DRUG ADDICT!
By marcus, Published March 30 2012.
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