Hi. This is my first time doing this so please bear with me. My name is Brooklynn. I have been incarcerated since 2022, and I’m looking to build a friendship with you. It gets really lonely in here and it would be really nice to talk to you. Just to ask how your day went and hear about what’s going on in the outside world. Maybe I can bring some happiness into your life as well!
I enjoy dancing, listening to music, reading and watching crime shows. LOL, I know that sounds weird considering I’m in prison, but I find them interesting. I am also a mother of a 5 year old boy who I miss very much. I am currently in school to obtain my GED diploma. Maybe you can help me study? I really would like to write you letters, send pictures and hopefully you would be willing to do the same in return.
I want to be honest and let you know why I ended up here. I hit a deputy sheriff with a vehicle that I was driving. It was also stolen. The sheriff suffered very minor injuries and was able to return to work the following week, but I was sentenced to 10 years. I am very remorseful for the choice I made and wish it didn’t happen, but luckily no one lost their lives and I won’t be here forever. I don’t really like talking about that night, but I understand if you need more information about it.
If you would like to correspond with me, you can write me, or use the GettingOut app service on your phone or computer. The app is free but the stamps cost to send me messages. Please include my name, and my inmate number. Brooklynn Frazier. Inmate number W109500.
I really hope to hear from you soon.
Message me through GettingOut.
Facility: ODRC Dayton CI
Inmate ID# W109500
Name: Brooklynn Frazier
You can write me at the following address:
Brooklynn Frazier #W109500
Dayton Correctional Institute (DCI)
4104 Germantown St
Dayton, OH 45417
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