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Inmate No 324 89 5543

Cumberland, MD

#1 Jul 14, 2011
I know all of you have been to the CCJ a time or two. Share your stories and knowledge of that wonderful place below.
Matt Houser

Pittsburgh, PA

#3 Jul 14, 2011
I love it there. Im actually thinking about going back soon.
tourist

Altoona, PA

#4 Jul 14, 2011
Nice place to visit, But don't drink the water.
Matt Houser Fan

Cumberland, MD

#5 Jul 14, 2011
Matt Houser wrote:
I love it there. Im actually thinking about going back soon.
LOL... nice one oh great one! But I think they were talking about the other side of the fence.
Matt Houser

Pittsburgh, PA

#6 Jul 14, 2011
I think they were referring to people who have actually been in jail.
turtle

Philipsburg, PA

#7 Jul 14, 2011
sorry i'm not from clrfd, i work for a living,don't steal,sale drugs or prostitute. so there for I can,t tell you what clrfd jail is like....
Matt Houser

Pittsburgh, PA

#8 Jul 14, 2011
I work too. I don't do drugs, steal or prostitute either and I've been there. Stupid mistakes over a stupid girl.
Brent

State College, PA

#9 Jul 14, 2011
What is it with some of these girls from Clearfield?

It's like they have this little club, or little clique, and they act paranoid, protective, and privledged.

They don't give you the time of day unless you are one of their group.

What's up with that?
Thomas English

Cumberland, MD

#10 Jul 16, 2011
Brent wrote:
What is it with some of these girls from Clearfield?
It's like they have this little club, or little clique, and they act paranoid, protective, and privledged.
They don't give you the time of day unless you are one of their group.
What's up with that?
Because they are only after one thing. MONEY!!!!!!
tbass

State College, PA

#11 Jul 18, 2011
It's a place full of kids who think they are cool for pissing hot when tested by their PO, or can't seem to pass a field sobriety test. When I was there 95% of the inmates were in those two categories, or unpaid child support/fines, or drug charges. Every time they had centralized court, we had to set up cots for the guys who felt their kids didn't need support money.

While in jail, I made certain I maintained a job and work release. I kept my support up, I sent extra money home to make sure the kids had a nice Christmas, clothes on their backs, and the bills were paid at home. Not everyone in jail is a low life. Some of us had a momentary lapse in judgment and were there paying our debt to society. I should also mention work release inmates pay more to the system to be in jail, so we aren't the burden a heroine addict would be.
Matt Houser

Pittsburgh, PA

#12 Jul 18, 2011
tbass wrote:
It's a place full of kids who think they are cool for pissing hot when tested by their PO, or can't seem to pass a field sobriety test. When I was there 95% of the inmates were in those two categories, or unpaid child support/fines, or drug charges. Every time they had centralized court, we had to set up cots for the guys who felt their kids didn't need support money.
While in jail, I made certain I maintained a job and work release. I kept my support up, I sent extra money home to make sure the kids had a nice Christmas, clothes on their backs, and the bills were paid at home. Not everyone in jail is a low life. Some of us had a momentary lapse in judgment and were there paying our debt to society. I should also mention work release inmates pay more to the system to be in jail, so we aren't the burden a heroine addict would be.
Amen to this.
Cold Hard Truth

Camp Hill, PA

#13 Jul 19, 2011
Living within the LAW isn't all that hard people. If you end up in jail, chances are you messed up more than once. Sorry for your luck. Do your time and don't go back. Quit bitching about it.
jess m

United States

#14 Jul 23, 2011
Cold Hard Truth wrote:
Living within the LAW isn't all that hard people. If you end up in jail, chances are you messed up more than once. Sorry for your luck. Do your time and don't go back. Quit bitching about it.
This is not true. Many people have done multiple things wrong daily yet are still out walking the earth Scott free. Take Casey Anthony for example! And then there are others that do one thing, get caught, and land themselves in jail.
Been there done that

Cumberland, MD

#15 Jul 23, 2011
It was really not that bad of a place for being locked up. Guards were ok, food was ok and time went fast. It is almost like a summer camp if you have no family.
Huckleberry

United States

#16 Jul 24, 2011
Been there done that wrote:
It was really not that bad of a place for being locked up. Guards were ok, food was ok and time went fast. It is almost like a summer camp if you have no family.
Try setting your goals in life a little higher and i'm sure it would totally suck.
girl

Clearfield, PA

#17 Jan 21, 2012
I Dont Think It is A Nice Place too be loseing your freedom i like too have my freedom and i hate going out to that place
George

Patton, PA

#18 Jan 21, 2012
Do something stupid and you don't have to work, clean your own clothes, cook your own food, pay bills ect.
Be a "guest" of the state compliments of us tax paying citizens. Have your mommy, daddy, girlfriend, penpal and wife send you money and feel sorry for you.
You get out and you are expected to act like the rest of the working stiffs. Too hard for ya, go back in.
Life is good for an inmate.
dieseldave

United States

#19 Sep 11, 2012
My wife is in there now. It is a small jail the only one in Pa that let's people on outside bring you clothing from the outside. Guards are all down to earth. Good iced tea. But hardest county to get out of jail. And only co in pa that sends people up state on mistimeaners
Deputy Fife

Clearfield, PA

#20 Sep 11, 2012
dieseldave wrote:
My wife is in there now. It is a small jail the only one in Pa that let's people on outside bring you clothing from the outside. Guards are all down to earth. Good iced tea. But hardest county to get out of jail. And only co in pa that sends people up state on mistimeaners
Your spelling is a felony.
religion is fake

Grand Blanc, MI

#21 Sep 11, 2012
tbass wrote:
It's a place full of kids who think they are cool for pissing hot when tested by their PO, or can't seem to pass a field sobriety test. When I was there 95% of the inmates were in those two categories, or unpaid child support/fines, or drug charges. Every time they had centralized court, we had to set up cots for the guys who felt their kids didn't need support money.
While in jail, I made certain I maintained a job and work release. I kept my support up, I sent extra money home to make sure the kids had a nice Christmas, clothes on their backs, and the bills were paid at home. Not everyone in jail is a low life. Some of us had a momentary lapse in judgment and were there paying our debt to society. I should also mention work release inmates pay more to the system to be in jail, so we aren't the burden a heroine addict would be.
why should a heroin addict be in jail if the only thing they are guilty of is using or possessing drugs.
WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU TO TELL ME NOT TO USE DRUGS.
IT SHOULD BE A LAW THAT FAT PEOPLE ARENT ALLOWED TO BUY ALL THAT FAT FOOD THEY DO.
SEEING that obesity is number TWO(2)killer in america....
NOT DRUG ABUSE (WHICH IS SOMEWHERE AROUND 7!!!!!

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