|Inmate: Reid Anderson
Jail / Facility: Manatee County Central Jail
Location: Palmetto Florida
Hey Babe' Whats Up ???Do You Miss me yetttt~ Thats what I thought~hows your hands??? I hope they are taking good care of You now~ Take Care my Love ~Lisa
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