Prison PenPal Jesse Wright

Jesse Wright

Jesse is 39 years old and incarcerated in the US (VA).

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I am seeking a day 1 to build, in the aspects of growth.
To commit oneself to the needs of someone other than self. A chance to be thoughts of, remembered, and missed.
Moments to hold within my dreams, of what could have been, should have been, or may become.
Behind these walls, you can find me, slow motioning it with my homies, day to day, seeking ways to level up. Crip life, 10 toes, I stand. Addressing all problems with a question, what the businesses?
No white flags. When I die, the tattoos on my hand, arms, neck, face and head will speak of who I am. I pay that fee.

All I seek is a moment with you, so that you may have a moment with me, and then we can share a moment together.
With all that being said, allow me to share a little bit of me with you. My name, you know what it is, it’s over the picture that you see. But I go by Nutty LOC, that is what you can call me. Don’t make the mistake of using that name when you send me an email or write a letter – inside the email or letter you can use it.

The type of man I am is goofy, crazy, respectful, honest, confident, forgiving, loyal, cool and weird.
My downfall: placing people before myself, treating people good when they treat me bad, giving my last to someone.

I enjoy working out, reading books that are about christian and cripping. All kinds of music but not blue grass. As of now, I listen to Dubadj and Lil Baby. I have all The Weeknd’s albums but not the new one. The tickets to my downfall album by Machine Gun Kelly is the sicks. When it comes to movies, I really do not care for the movies of today. Why? The writers, it’s more about action. Now the movies from before, I mess with them. I got turn out in 2016 when the prison gave us TCM channel. I enjoy cleaning, keeping everything neat and in order. I like making plans for everything. I can adjust to anything. There is a process I apply each day.

Hopefully, I’ve given you everything you need to get to know me, with that being said, just in case I do not hear from you, good morning-good afternoon and good night.

Ps: If you want to send me an email, follow these steps:
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Type my name, Jesse Wright 1007583.
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Type email.
Bottom of that email click on add stamp.

Date of Birth: 10/20/1981 (39 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: Black or African American
Ethnicity: N/A
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Black
Height: 6 ft. 1 in.
Body Type: Athletic
Hometown: Brooklyn, New York (USA)
Spoken Languages: English
Religion: Christian
Astrological Sign: Libra

Profile will end on: 05/21/2022

Jesse Wright #1007583

Red Onion State Prison
P.O. Box 1900
Pound, VA 24279

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Incarcerated Since: 2001
Sentence Received: Multiple Life Sentences
Earliest Release: N/A

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