Prison PenPal Shane Badeaux

Shane Badeaux

Shane is 44 and incarcerated in the US (LA).

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Hi my name is Shane Badeaux. I’m a Cajun French Coonass. I grew up in a single mom household. I’m from Lockport/ Gheens, Louisiana. I’ve never really done this before but I’m always looking to meet new friends. All my friends here been telling me “MAN you need to try it.” So here I am.
I like boat rides, riding jet skis and swimming. Chilling with a few friends BBQing or boiling some seafood. Camping on the beach on a cool night just sitting by a fire. I also like to shoot pool or watching a good Lifetime movie.

Here in prison I love to read. I’ve changed my life. I was on drugs bad and they clouded my judgement. I’ve been clean for seven years now.

I’m involved in many different programs. The one I’m most proud of is the Juvenile Awareness Program. Where I’m the Vice President. It’s a club where a group of men like myself reach out to school kids in and around the surrounding area. We try to teach them to not make the same mistakes we made leading us to prison. We act out skits of a bad situation they might find themselves in. We try to teach them how to avoid or get themselves out of the situation. We also give them testimonies of our lives and explain the bad decisions we made growing up. We then open the floor up for questions and we ask questions.

For all I have taken in my life, it makes me feel great to give back. By teaching the children of the future to live a good and honest life.

I also teach a class called Moral Compass. It’s a leadership program. My job here at R.L.C.C. Is manager over Concessions/ Wardens Cook. I also take pictures of families when they come to visit their loved ones for visitation.

I love to cook. I’m a momma’s boy ALL the way. She taught me as a kid how to cook. And I’m very good at it. I also work in a leather hobby shop. I make handbags, clutch wallets, belts, backpacks and much more.

Well I would like to go on and on but I want to know about you. Hopefully I’ll hear from you soon.
Your Friend,
Shane Badeaux

Date of Birth: 05/15/1979 (44 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: White
Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
Eye Color: Brown
Hair Color: Gray
Height: 5 ft. 6 in.
Body Type: Average
Hometown: Lockport/ Gheens, Louisiana (USA)
Spoken Languages: English
Religion: Christ centered
Astrological Sign: Pisces

Profile will end on: 04/02/2026

Shane Badeaux #00399545

Raymond Laborde Correctional Center
1630 Prison Road
Cottonport LA 71327

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Incarcerated Since: 2015
Sentence Received: 60 years
Earliest Release: 2066

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Aggravated Flight from a Police Officer
Convicted Felon in Possession of a Firearm

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