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After two weeks on the run, the Younger brothers, Cole, Jim, and Bob, were captured and sentenced to 25 years in the state prison at Stillwater in November Recently, the Minnesota Historical Society acquired a Stillwater State Prison record book that includes information about all three brothers.
Why Cole was sick in his cell is not detailed. During the period the record book was compiled there were to inmates, males and females, in the state prison. It is unclear if the record book is for the entire prison, or for just one cellblock, but the book gives some insights about the Younger brothers and their incarceration.
The record book is particularly valuable, since there are few, if any, records documenting the Younger Brothers imprisonment in the state prison. The Younger brothers Cole, cell no. Bob Younger died in prison in ; Jim was pardoned in and committed suicide in ; Cole, also pardoned indied in The Stillwater State Prison was initally established as a territorial prison in and become the first state prison when Minnesota became a state in The State Archives holds a variety of records from the prison including convict registers, case files, annual reports, and photographs.Welcome to the Gang-Related News Articles page.
This page provides a list of articles pertaining to gangs and gang-related activities from various U.S. and Canadian news sources. Breaking news articles on inmate topics, many full-text articles, discussing topics such as inmate searches, sex offender searches, prison conditions, prison suicides, institutional incidents, riots, protests, murders, executions, mental health, medical treatment, offender-programming, and research on custodial placement and risk assessment.
The news archive provides a collection of breaking news articles on correctional topics pertaining to. Many of them are full-text articles, discussing topics such as prison conditions, prison suicides, institutional incidents, riots, protests, murders, executions, mental health, medical treatment, offender-programming, and research on custodial .
The Gang/Gun Unit is under the command of Commander Sheila Lambie Parents' Guide to Gangs (English) involving firearms, such as the Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) Tracing Center, Project Safe Neighborhoods, and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN).
Paul Modrowski is a prisoner in Stateville Prison in Crest Hill, Illinois.
Paul was sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole at age 18 on an "accountability" theory for supposedly lending his car to a friend who supposedly murdered a man-- although the friend was acquitted by a different jury.
This site contains some basic information on gangs from the U.S. Attorney for Minnesota and Minnesota Public Radio. Gangs in Minnesota. Search this site. RIP = Rest in Peace or Rest in Prison. Gang Affiliation. Minnesota's Street Gangs.
Statistics of Gangs It is thought that there are about 10, youths connected in some way with gangs in.