This is a post made up of around 100 parole requests filled out by prisoners in hopes that their cases will be reviewed by Governor Evers. They are on a list to receive pardon applications once that application is drawn up and these and other blogs of waiting prisoners are regular presented through emails to his team and we hope get to the governor.
a listing by alphabetical order is here-
the number of the individual requester will be on upper left of each request .
b)We are in the process of getting these categorized in a way that allows you to see the patterns of incarceration. Here are examples of the beginnings of the organization effort:
Post of some of the elderly and/or ill entombed in our prisons
a few of the many prisoners slated to be deported when finally released. They all have families in other countries and want to go home and have served all their required time as dictated under old law statues.
large Blog of kids waived into adult court- here are links to many individual blog of juveniles also.
now for the scroll down:
docs showing low risk for recidivism or new crime:
Waived into adult court at age 16, now 42
BD 3 19 76, has served 27 years. Party to a crime (PTAC) homicide
Has support of fiance and family
View his blog:https://andraebridges.blogspot.com/
view his release request:( More, Click below)
To Blog of OL prisoners waived into adult court
date and age at incarceration 7 18 95; 18 y.o.
At 42, I am nowhere near that 18 year young teenager. I was so anger, hopeless, lost, due to unresolved wounds and traumatic situations. I experienced growing up in the 53206 area code. With God’s help. I have worked hard over the years to become the man I am today. I am not purpose driven to live righteously and determined to create ripple effects of positivity. I am truly rehabilitated, restored, and redeemed . I am so ready to contribute and give back to the society/community I took so much from.
Bless me with that second chance- there is so much hope i have to share with so many youths and others that are hopeless and lost.
BD 8 1 64;incarcerated at 19 YO,December 19, 1973 ( 45 years plus)
offense description: First degree murder PTAC ( party to a crime) sec.943.32 (1)(b)(2);939.05;939.32
sentence: Life plus 15-plus second conviction 2 in 2 out run consecutive to life plus 15. Parolable life sentence/original parole date: 1985
Over 100 programs now and counting. Have been going to the parole board since 1985.My longest defer was just recent- 36 months.
reasons for denial: insufficient time served and risk to public
Was accepted by the Illinois Parole commission for an interstate parole. This was approved by Illinois he can also be paroled anywhere or stay in Wisconsin, Madison area.
13)Michael Frey 551500 RGCI
HISTORY OF CONVICTION
15)Karen Lehman 172 487
Robert E. Ellsworth Correctional Center
16)Anthony T Arnold 157051 SCI
Request for Serious Release Consideration
|John C. Burke Correctional Center/PO Box 900; Waupun WI 53963|
REQUEST for SERIOUS RELEASE CONSIDERATION
|aaron Keith Claybrook|
first degree intentional homicide/life sentence with parole eligibility after 65 years/HSED,computer class,waiting for AODA and voc.
10 years 5 months in prison so far
Offense description: Reckless injury, felony possession of a firearm ( multiple counts)
age at incarceration: 32, sentence length 22 years; MR date 5/2031
No programs yet because No programs offered at GBCI ( maximum), just made it to SCI.
He has a verifiable support system-mother, siblings and many other relatives that will employ me through their businesses. "Driver" in particular, for delivery and transportation services.
BD 1965, 53 y.o.; age 31 when incarcerated-21 year in so far.
robbery.burglary,second -degree sexual assault, given 62 years:/original parole date 2013
Here on page 2: Excellent description of turning his life around after years of addiction to drugs and alcohol /
23)Tony McCaskill- Johnson 576276; SCI
DOB 1982, now 37;incarcerated 2007 at age 35 for 2nd degree homicide; got 9 years in and 5 years out-release date 2026; in 2 years so far;MR date 2026
24)Tony Merriweather 88123 RGCI/a fine litigator, helps all
25)Earl Miller 257230 FLCI
2. Birth date (BD)9-15-78 /Age Now: I’m 40 yrs. Old
Incarcerated 2000/2001 at 22 years old
is in for parole violation, has been in 1 year 5 months on a 4 year 11 month sentence.Serving 4 years 11 months for probation violation, a case of possession w/intent of THC
12 18 1983;incarcerated 9 4 2000;been in 18 years, 4 months
Offense description: 1st degree homicide/armed robbery
sentence: 50 years/ 15years=65 years
MR date 9 25 2025
programs: CGIP 112, anger management; vocational
has verifiable support system
28)Ronald Schmitt 36239 SCI 74 y.o.
29)Robert Stordeur 155464 FLCI
Robert Stordeur 155464, FLCI ; BD 12 14 58. 60 YO;incarcerated in 84 at age 25 for 1st and 2nd degree murder; has taken many programs;has family to go home to.
1974, 43 Y.O. incarcerated in 96 at ages 21.Has served 23 years in prison
He was the get away driver for a string of robberies in which a store clerk was killed. He was sentenced to 100 years.His first parole date is 1 11 21. Has taken many programs, has no program needs left and has excellent behavior record .He had no prior arrest and no juvenile record, attended high school and 1 2/2 years of college.
Wonders why he is doing more time for being a gettaway driver than someone who does first degree intentional homicide.
31)Todd York 202426; FLCI
BD 1970;48 yrs old;age and date at incarceration; in almost 31 years.
Offense description: 2 counts of first degree int homicide, escape at 17 years
and in Spooner, WI. , I murdered my mother and father in our rural home and
failed to report their murders and subsequently escaped from the Washburn
Cty Jail in May of 89 and was recaptured in 48 hours.
Length of sentence:2 consecutive Life sentences and 2 yrs CS to all.
Programs: CGIP 1,2 ,3 and 4, anger management, RBT therapy, SMART program-.AA, Domestic violence counseling, family support project, BRICK Program, 3 1/2 years, RYTE Program 1006 -2012, coping with long term incarceration, M& J Community financial literacy, Self-Help, Diversity Enhancement Program (DEP) Reentry Simulation (MUM) cabinet making/millwork/vocational degree from MATC etc
Statement: I'm hopeful that change is in the air with out new governor taking office, but am also realistic as it applies to my own situation. I thank you for being a voice for us when we don't feel like anyone listens to us ever.
32)Michael Chesir 327402, SCI
2)BD 9 11 60/58 years old
3)Date & Age at Incarceration:incarcerated 1 24 97, 36 y.o.
7.)2047-2057 MR/PMR date
8) current Prison-SCI
9.) Original parole eligibility :1 17 12
33)Scottie Baldwin 222880
BD 1973/45 Y.O.
was 34y.o. when incarcerated and has been in 11 1/2 years
offence description: battery, bail jumping.and intimidation of a witness
sentenced to 20 years
Programs taken : CGIP phase 1 &2, Coping skills, new freedom, custodian, domestic violence, and tutoring classes
Has verifiable support system
Bd 2 5 1962; age 56
Date of incarceration:5 5 85; age 22
First degree murder one count, second degree murder, second degree
murder 2 counts
Life plus 30 ,plus 20 years
original parole date: march 24, 2008
programs- received my GED
I've seen the parole board 6 times, each time getting 24 month defer.
reasons for denial:insufficient time served, risk to public
working on verifiable support system.
Mr date: 5 22 2054
Original parole date:November 2013
Programs taken: SUD-1 and CBP, HSED, GED, custodial services; thinking for a change
one parole hearing- 11 month deferment
reasons given: violent nature of crime and loss of life
has verifiable support system( lists)
38)Antonio King 246841 , NLCI
BD abd age now: 10-26067 (51)
date and age at incarceration 11 17 91 ( 24 ) DAI- 8-17-92. 27 years in prison
Offense description: first degree intentional homicide whiled armed. Mr
Hatchet was shot because he robbed my family member.
original parole date: August 14, 2012
programs taken: re-entry, carey guides criminogenicneeds( problem solving) ;anger managemnet ( recognizing physical signs of danger)
3 parole hearings:2012 ( 14 months), 2-14 ( 24 months) 2016 (48 months)
official reason- Not served enough time for punishment/program participation/
release would be unreasonable
institutional conduct satisfactory, then unsatisfactory, have adequate release plan.
39)Ivy J Carter 206034;RGCI; BD11-10-72 (46); Date and age at incarceration: 11-24-91 (19) ; 27 years in prison. Offence:Party to a crime of first degree Intentional Homicide. Victim caught in cross fire between two groups from different neighborhoods. I was the only on charged and convicted.
40)Walter Kuranda 200404; RGCI ;PO Box 925;Red Granite, WI 54970
Intro to his plea below: "If ever we scheduled for release are to feel ourselves a part of the whole inwardly, all involved must understand much is involved in fulfilling this condition. This connectedness must be developed through Something outwardly! If we're not ,then, like a painter who remains idle, disreguard withholds the life force formlessly. Hindered by such our lives take on act of expendability.
Not minimizing the time with which all involved fulfills this condition of true connectedness reflects a misgiving revelation of inequality :i.e."my time's not valued." One cannot reasonably value the connecting premes :"united we stand"with a force that continues enacting in equality. Such is contradictory to true united precepts and such tyranny and wrong lead inevitably to decay, whereas Freedom and right, however hard may be the struggle, always proves resistless
I'm a 48 yr old male born 2/1970. I've been in prisons my whole adult life except 8 months.Currently since 1997 for my current offense of armed robbery with a broken BBgun. After weeks out of work my girl friend and myself were living out of my car when she told me she was pregnant with our child and needed to see the doctor soon.
Whereupon out of desperation I robbed a pizza hut and placed 4 employees in a walking cooler and thus 4 counts of false imprisonment were added. I was sentenced to 24 years on the robbery and 4 yrs on each false imprisonment charge. Thus 40 years in addition to 2 yrs 9 months revocation.My PMR is therefore. 12 13 2026. continued - click on link:
41)William carter 617834;RGCI; DOB 5/90, 28 years old now
I was incarcerated September 18, 2013 and I was sent to prison for possession of fire arm by a felon, posses short-barreled shotgun/rifle and possess w/intent -heroin (750gr) I was sentenced to 28 years -16 confinement and 12 years of supervision. My MR date is 9/16/2029. I am eligible for early release in 2023.I haven't taken any programs because the DOC wont allow to you go to programs until you are near your MR date, I have been to 5 PRC's Every time I was issued a year recall. The reason I was deferred was no significant changes affecting custody were expected prior to next recall. I do have a verifiable support system. My release support needs employment
BD 11/77; age now 41; date and age at incarceration 7 9 97; he was 19 years old,
Offense description: 1st degree Homicide; sentence :life
programs taken: Anger management, Tutoring Program, College Courses @UW -Platteville from a distance, PAWs Dog Program(teaching dogs to become service dogs) Maintain Institution Employment ( which allowed me the opportunity to create work ethic)
At the age of 12 years of age, I and my 8 year old sister witnessed our mother murdered in front
43) QUINTEN CHERRY(324333); TIS
address from another inmate and he told me to email you about receiving
a form about parole. I have been in since 8-6-2004 and I have seen parole
five times now. Three 24 month defers and two 12 month defers.
I completed my SOT,,ADOA, DV, and will finish my vocational on 2-22-19
and will have all programs finished. I am serving 20 years out of a thirty
year sentence, and I am down to five and a half years left but am told
due to my crime I need to serve more time. I did commit a sex offense
but all have completed program for my offense. All I know is it still hurts that my two boys have grown up with out me these past fourteen and a half years and hope to be released some day. Oh also I am no longer a 980 candidate. Thanks so much for you passion to help us and hope to hear from you about this. God bless. Respectfully, Dwight Feilbach.
46) HISTORY. OF CONVICTION
Offense description: recklessly endangering safety
length of sentence: 11 1/3 in, 7 on supervision
MR is 2021
Programs taken: Coping kills. life without a crutch
The judge gave me boot camp but Wisconsin law indicated violence cases can't receive boot camp which would have reduced my sentence.
He has a verifiable support system" " I work with Wisconsin Anti-violence effort to help end gun violence, my family support my stop gun violence speaks for kids. Yes, I've a hope to do to and job set up.
(Idea he would like help implementing:)
I created an ideal that will stop robbery by 70% around the USA. I would love for Tony Evers help plus this is a billion dollar safety idea. I wrote a book for kids to stop gun violence . I been through it and changed my ways of gun violence for good. I'm willing to work with community service in exchange after release. I 'll still do this on own if not but this will look very good for the new governor
1)Birthdate 1974, and age now 44
2)Date and age at incarceration:1994; ( 19)
3)24 years in prison
4)offence description: 8 counts armed robbery
5)length of sentence: 34 years
6)Mr ( past) 6-23-17.PMR 2028
7)original parole date 2002
8)programs taken- 23 ( see link to form and statement
has had "10 or so" parole hearings
9)reason for denial is that he is still at Maximum prison. "PRC never sends me to minimum because of past behavior"
10)Support after release: Has family support and have trade skills and is able to work.
|Tommy L Bucchanan|
60)Daemon P Hassler 626883 DOB: 9 13 1995(23y.o.)
Convicted of burglary fo a building or dwelling and theft of
a drug habit)
Release to extended supervision- 12 26 19
|Lester Paul Stevens|
New Lisbon, WI 53950
Request for Serious Release Consideration To Governor Tony Evers, his transition team and staff:
1. Name and Number: Dwight D. Campbell
2 Birth date (BD)/Age Now 8-20-76 42
3. Date & age at incarceration:23
4 Years in prison 19 years 4 months
5. Offense description: I came from behind a house and pointed a handgun towards the victim's feet and fired, resulting in death. Victim died as a result of a gunshot wound to the femoral artery.
6. Length of sentence: 45 years
7. Current Prison: New lisbon Correctional Institution
8. MR/PMR Date: (20131)-discharge 2046
9. Original parole eligibility date: 2012
10 Programs taken C G I P Building Service /H S E D /occupational success /student success /occupational communications/ employability skills/ vocational mathematics, fatherhood for institute, and currently trying to enroll in restorative justice program
certified in pesticides and forklift operation
11. Number of parole hearings/number and length of deferents
I had 2 parole hearings my first was a 48month defer and my second was a 36 and now I'm going back in April for the 3rd time
12 Official reason for denial/deferment insufficient time served present as an unreasonable risk to the public"
13 Do you have a verifiable support system? (Release support needs) Yes,My release support needs are, one a job, I have my baby sister whom resides in Phoenix Arizona
|71)Sean Rowell 255649|
1. Sean F. Rowell 255649
2. 10-18-74. 44 yrs of age.
3. 10-6-1996, 21 yrs of age.( date and age at incarceration)
4. 22 yrs in prison
5. First-degree intentional homicide, while armed, habitual criminality
6. Parole Eligibility - April 22, 2022
7. Stanley Correctional Institution
8. Life Sentence
9. April 22, 2022 ( original parole elligibility date)
10. Ineligible for programs, Carey Guides Completed
11. None ( no. of parole hearings)
12. N/A ( reasons fo denial)
13. I do have verifiable support system. I have transportation, money and housing.
|Mitchell A Perner|
1. Name and Number: Floyd Carter
2. Birth date (BD)/Age Now: 10-2-60 58YR
3. Date & age at incarceration: 2-6-1995 35YR
4. Years in prison: 23
5. Offense description: First degree homicide & first degree sexual assault
6. Length of sentence: Life with parole
7. Current Prison: Fox Lake
8. MR/PMR Date: None
9. Original parole eligibility date: 2043
10. Programs taken: None at this time
11. Number of parole hearings/number and length of deferments: None
12. Official reason for denial/deferment:
13. Do you have a verifiable support system? (Rlease support needs): Yes
1. Name and Number: Franklin R. Mastaw #467400
2. Birth date (BD)/Age Now: April 4, 1944 / 74 yrs old
3. Date & age at incarceration: September 7, 2004 age 60
4. Years in prison: 14.5
5. Offense description: 1 count 1st degree sexual assault of a child; 1 count 2nd degree sexual assault of a child
6. Length of sentence: each count 20 yrs running concurrent
7. PMR Date: January 7, 2018
8. Original parole eligibility date: Sept. 7, 2009
9. Programs taken: I was enrolled in 504, Sex offende74r treatment - intensive/institution. It is a 2 year program. I was removed from group after 1 year for “inadequate performance” I very strongly objected to this removal. It was done with any recourse to a defense. I absolutely should not have been removed. I have been request to be re-admited to group with 25 or so request for 3.5 years now. Unless I complete this program, parole said they would not consider a grant.
10. Number of parole hearings/number and length of deferments:
1. 2009 3 yr defer
2. 2012 2 yr defer
3. 2014 1.5 yr defer 18 mo.
4. 2016 2 yr defer
5. 2017 2 yr defer
11. Official reason for denial/deferment: up to last hearing - “insufficient for punishment”
Latest November 2017 - did not finish group, unreasonable risk, vague release plan
12. Current prison: Oshkosh Correctional
13. Do you have a verifiable support system? (Rlease support needs): I have a great support system. My family is #1 spporter - my children and grandchildren along with my brother and sister. They all are very supportive of my release and want me home. They often come to visit me here at OSCI. They are my entire life! Other support systems:
- Mankind project - group of men meeting 1X per week to discuss personal/interpersonal issues
- My parole agent - I consider her very important
- Professional (Psychologist) I intent on seeing one as needed.
- Sex offender treatment - whatever is required
- I believe we are all life long learners. I strongly believe that of myself.
- Mentor program - to be determined. I have several good, decent, understanding, supportive friends
- I have sufficient funds to purchase a vehicle, clothes, insurances, and funds to rent an apartment (My release account is $4600; monthly would be about $5000/m.)
Thank you for this opportunity to express myself. I believe that we (I) should not ever say “I am a new person.” I still am Frank R. Mastaw, 15 years older than when I came to prison. I still love my family. I still know right from wrong. I am still human. I still make choices. So what is different now? Me. I am a person who sees and feels so differently about choices. In short, I am a changed person. This change was not a crash diet or a slap to the forehead what-was-I-thinking moment. I have worked VERY HARD over these past 15 years to make the necessary changes in my life. I will always continue to do so. I understand so much better my past behavior and I OWN IT. No one but me is to be blamed. I am so remorseful of my past transgressions and will til the day I die will make appropriate amends. I have the tools to lead a good, productive, crime free / assault free life. Through the years I have identified my motivations. I have off ramps and know never to even get near muddy waters. I substitute good thoughts and engage in healthy activities. The two things that are important for me is that I now know that I am a good person and can lead a good decent life. And I have grown exponentially in the ability to feel empathy for all people - victims and people in general. So I’m not a new person, I’m a changed person (for the better). I promise on the life of my children and grandchildren I will live a decent life regardless of where I am.
Frank R. Mastaw
76)Verdell D Miles 3383. RGCI ,
69 YO;Age at time of offenses-33
crime:Murder PTAC, armed robbery PT
Has served 36 years 10 months no conduct reports since 2010
|Verdell D Miles|
|Jerjuan D Spiller|
|Reuben May 108111|
81)Christian Cruz 315874
PO Box 925
Red Granite, WI 54970
ORDERED DEPORTED. Wants to go home.
Here is the form you sent me and your information and any details about my crime or I was deemed to be deported from a conviction based on circumstantial evidence. I was convicted on circumstantial evidence based on what an inmate in jail said I told him-no physical evidence, no gun, no bullet, no DNA of any kind-No place of crime, no times and date of crime.
I have a current petition for alternative Courthouse (petition sent to you)
I’m hopeful things will change :-Signed Roberto
REQUEST for SERIOUS Governor Tony Evers, his transition team and Name and Number: Roberto M. Hinojosa
Birth date (BD) / age now: 05-13-61 - 57
Date & Age at Incarceration: 22 years
Years in prison: 35 years
Offense description: 940.01 First Degree
Length of Sentence: Life-based on 20 Current prison: Redgranite Corr. Inst.
MR/PMR date: unknown
Original parole eligibility date: 01-05-96
Programs taken: HSED, culinary arts,
Number of parole hearings: 15
Official reason for denial/deferment:
Do you have a verifiable support system? Yes, mother's home in Mexico.
Statement (couple paragraphs)
At the time I was convicted the life sentence was based on 20 years less good time
earned which left 11 yrs, 3 mo. The law changed in 1983 under 1983 Wis Act 528, 1987 Wis Act
412, 1995 Wis Act 48 = Wisconsin now has 3 different options of a life sentence. The D.O.C
applies new law to prolong incarceration.
I was convicted on circumstantial evidence based on what an inmate in jail said I told him-no
physical evidence, no gun, no bullet, no DNA of any kind-No place of crime, no times and date
of crime. A pardon will keep me in the USA.
letter to me on writing writ of Mandamus:https://understandingprisons.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/r-hinojosa-letter-on-writ-3-19.pdf
John Burke Center, 900 S. Madison St.,Waupun, WI 53963