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Friend Needed 🙂
Hey, what’s good!! This is Jay from behind the wall looking for a good friend. I’m searching for a person who has the same morals in life as me. So like myself. I’m honest, loyal, caring, funny, up front and open minded. In which my stay in prison I have learn to be remorseful to the mistakes I have made in life. I also learn to turn my current situation into a positive change. So I can go back to society as a productive citizen.
So here is a little more about Jay. I love to travel, chef in the kitchen, sports, fishing, and being with friends and family to make memory to cherish for life.
So if you wish to be my new friend and want to inquire more about me Jay, I have provided two form of contact info below.
Look to hear from you soon.
786-207-3688 Text only or by mail at the address in the contact tab.
• Date of Birth: 12/06/1973 (49 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: 5 ft. 11 in.
• Body Type: Average
• Hometown: Miami, Florida (USA)
• Spoken Languages: English
• Religion: Rasta / Higher Power
• Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Profile will end on: 10/18/2024
Ronald Jordan #24611018
Federal Prison Camp
1001 Willow Street
Montgomery, AL 36112
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