Major contraband score at Chuckawalla

Jul 19th, 2013 | By | Category: Alternatives to Public Safety, Bob's Blotter, Cell phones
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BobsBlotterA former guest of the state at Ironwood who was on the PRCS (Post Release Community Supervision) program was arrested last week just outside of Chuckawalla state prison.  The staff who grabbed him backtracked his footprints and found a major stash.  Inside of that stash were, among other things, 52 cell phones, 36 chargers and 25 Bluetooth devices.

Clicking here will link  to a Palo Verde Valley Times piece on this story.  Thanks to Floyd for the link.

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8 Comments to “Major contraband score at Chuckawalla”

  1. Howie Katz says:

    Supervision in the Post-Release Community Supervision program must be non-existent, or else the supervisors believed their client was on a goodwill mission with his care package of goodies.

    • west40 says:

      Probation doesn’t know where half of them are. It’s beginning to be the same in parole and

  2. JC says:

    Nice find. Kudos to the staff!

  3. Bob Walsh says:

    That is exactly right. (Actually I got it from the linked article. It stands for Post Release Community Supervision Program.)

    • pacovilla says:

      Insofar as many of our readers, including me, don’t always click through to read the linked article, it is recommended acronyms not already in our glossary be spelled out in the body of the post. Also, the article refers to a Post Release Community Supervision program (small p) so it may be there is a PRCS status but no similarly named “program.” Just FYI.

  4. pacovilla says:

    What is PRCSP? No such acronym at CDCR.gov or http://www.allacronyms.com/PRCSP. The only one I found via Google is Pakistan Red Crescent Society of Punjab.