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Saturday, January 9, 2010

Uncommon Trespass

A man in Florida violated his probation by trespassing onto jail property; the very jail where he once resided. This man, Sylvester Jiles, had been in prison for committing a crime against a victim. He was released and then decided that he missed jail so much that he climbed over a 12 foot fence at the Brevard County Detention Center and begged jail officials to take him back. Apparently, he was a afraid of retribution from his victim's family members. Now, he may have gotten his wish as he faces up to 15 years for trespassing onto jail property.
Way to get back in jail Jiles!