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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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OOC: wow adrianna similar to Arianna... ADI very similar to ARI... i wouldnt mind you changing the name a little.... it is gonna get very confusing if you keep it that. No offense. :lol:
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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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OOC: Is this a "program" and not a Detention Center?


IC: Vincent sat in his seat, his arms resting on the table as he saw a new guy walk through the door. He looked up and smirked a bit as he waved for the kid to come over and sit with him. The kid walked over to get his food and then sat down with Vincent.

Vincent: "Yo, Cali Boy, what you doin' in here? You get caught racing or somethin'?"

Cali Boy: "Somewhat to that extent. They raided the garage down by the docks, They took everything, your new GTO, your second Viper, my SRT-4..all the way to Big Bois 07' Mustang GT."

Vincent got a pissed look on his face as he looked at Cali Boy, "We gotta get the cars back."

Cali Boy: "Yeah we do..So, Drifter, why you in here?"

Vincent: "Well let's see.. I'm number 7 on the U.S.B.L. I got pretty notorious, and the cops wanted me, and the other teams didn't like me, so they started snitchin' on me, such as where the race is going to be."

Cali Boy got a disgusted look on his face, "Fuck..Well we gotta get new cars when we get out."

Drifter: "Yeah we do. But hey, while we're in here, we're going to be fighting, due to the fact some kids don't like the way I do things, so they're going to try and find a way to shank me or something another."

Drifter lifted his right hand up, pointing it at Jonny as he smirked a bit, letting Jonny know something is going to happen soon.

Cali Boy interrupted, "Yo QuickBlaze is coming too, they're in the middle of processing him here, he should be here within ten."
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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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Name: KR
Alias: KR
Age: 27
Personilaty: quiet, bi-polar
Looks: thick blond beard down to his upper torso, ruffled long blonde hair, vacant looking brown eyes. resembles a homeless man/hobo
Gang: none
What you did to get here?: Theft, Drug selling, Assault with a deadly weapon, DUI, GTA, ripped the tags off of mattresses. Basicly, he earned his stay in the center in one eventfull night. First, he decided that he was going to get a better set up, then his previously homeless state. So, he drank to celebrate, in the liqour store, he grabbed a bottle of Jack Daniels. He then to the store owner's car.(DUI, GTA) He drove to the local drug dealer, he wanted to stay at a very high-class, he attacked the dealer with a large pipe (assault with a deadly weapon), stole the drugs, (theft), and ended up selling it all to some junkies (drug selling). while the cops chased him down, he ran to the nearest sit and sleep, (through back allys, sideroads, peoples fences, etc) and tore off as many tags as he could. He then told his story to the judge, who sentenced him to 80 yrs. ((i think thats about the right amount, im not good with calculations)
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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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OOC: I agree, Lil_KK. It didn't quite click the first time I read through the posts. I must have gotten caught up in the heat of the moment of creating a new character. My bad. ^^;
The rest of my sheet still stands, but in light of my careless overview, my character's name has changed from Adrianna Lillith McCoy to Savannah Lillith McCoy, nickname Savvy. (And, yes, I am aware that "savvy" is used as a sea-going term for "understand." It's another pun on her personality because she is actually relentlessy mis-understanding when it comes to people.)
I'll be posting my intro-scene later today. Thanks for the headsup, and feel free to correct or discuss any of my upcoming posts. I've never been to juvie or anything of the sort, so I'm not too sure on how it goes. :O
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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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Savannah fidgeted uncomfortably within the restraints of a guards hands. She did not appreciate the unwelcome contact. She didn't appreciate anything that had unfolded in the hours previous to her entering the center. She had been set up, undoubtedly. Never before had she been busted on a deal. And the incident involving her meticulously planned out course of action to eliminate her father from her life forever... well, that was just bad timing. How was she to know the man leaning against the light post was actually an off duty police officer? How was she to know he was within earshot to hear her plotting the mixture of ammonia and lye to be added to her father's morning cup of gin? And how the Hell was she suppose to know that the kid she just sold a quarter of dope to would be pulled aside by the same man and snitch every detail?
The guard coaxed Savannah into her cell and shut the door behind him without a word.
"What's with the cold shoulder, man? Don't I get the welcome wagon?" she called after him, gripping onto the bars with both hands and pressing her face to the metal. The guard ignored her comment and continued down the hall until he made a right turn and fell out of sight.
Scoffing and pushing herself away from the bars, Savannah took a look around her. A single bed laid pushed against the left wall with an extra uniform folded neatly on the center, a bright orange beacon of captivity. There were no windows, but a sink sat awkwardly at the far wall, emitting a gentle drip, drip, drip as the faucet leaked in to the rusting basin.
The lovely guard had previously informed her that she had just missed breakfast and would be asked to stay within her cell until lunch. She had laughed aloud at this remark. 'Asked to stay in her cell.' As if she had the choice to leave it.

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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KR strode in with a smile, his dreams of a free house, free meals, free lighting, Free plumbing were all coming true at the same time, his smile grew bigger everytime he thought about it. By the time he had reached his cell, his cheeks burned with the smile, he was rudely shoved into the cell, he knew the gaurd was talking to him, but he didn't pay to much attention, being homeless for 2 yrs will do that to you, everything becomes a blury daze. He laid down on his bed, ignoring anyone who even glanced at him. He smiled, and slept untill lunch...

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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Ari had sat and listened quietly as Jonny and his new friends talked about knives, weed, and coke. She smiled to herself, *I really hope those two trust me not to snitch. I dont want to be "persuaded" with an ass kicking.* She gave a mental shrug, *What ever if they do they do and she would fight back.* They continued for a while just mumbling to one another about nothing really major. Ari continued to eat her breakfast, not to bad in her oppinion but she had eaten outta dumpsters before and off peoples plates at coffee houses. She shook the thought away, those were bad times. At least now she had a roof over her head. Jonny got up and walked off, this brining Ari back to reality and the world around her. The two boys sitting across from her starred at her, she starred back. *This could get bad.* Thankfully Jonny sat back down. Ari didnt know why she trusted this kid at all, but she did a little. Her intuition wasnt usually wrong so she tried to listen to it when it had somehting to tell her. She shovled more eggs into her mouth then took a sip of her juice, swallowing hard.
"So jonny. You think you can get some matches or a lighter shipped in for me? If so, what'll it cost me?" She was a little embarressed by her fetish, or obssession if you would, but hey it was who she was no hiding it. She had lit the garage on fire just to watch it burn, something about the hot burning that made her insides feel all warm and fuzzy. She loved the way the flames danced and moved, it was so amazing and sensual. She had always loved the way things burned, as if they talked to her. But she wasnt no fucking crazy she knew the flames didnt talk and she knew that she had to be careful, she had just been drinkin and smoked a fatty bowl right before she had burned the place to the ground. But boy was it fun to watch. Ari come back to reality again waiting to see what her new "friend" had to say. She really hopped he wasnt a snitch, that would suck. Mentally shrugging she finished her last piece of toast and licked her fingers...

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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OOC: If this is a Detention Center, there is no getting packages and shit.. You are escorted everywhere, you wear a jumpsuit, they search you every time you go through a movement to a different room or something. There is no way to get a package or a shank.

But if this is a Program, then this is all possible.

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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OOC: Serpaara or what ever your name is. You are a fucking idiot. YOu shouldnt be talkin shit about what can and cant happen in this game... um i think you were the one who says you can wear your clothes and you can talk to guards and sign to them. Your fucking retarded. And you can get packages they jsut get searched. and they said they had a shank in the prision already, meaning THEY MADE IT! Which is HIGHLY possible. You can sneak shit in in packages, you just have to know how. How do you think prison inmates get drugs and shit. They are sneaky. So if your gonna make your own rules like signing and shit, then dont try to tell others how to play and Dont act like you know everything, it makes you sound like a dumbass. :) thats all i have to say.

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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I asked if this was a Detention Center or a Program. Which is a simple question..And to get the fact straight, I never said I could wear clothing in the cell, and if you know a guard on the outside, and you got shit on him, you can have him do whatever you want. The guard my character signed to is a Illegal Street Racer on an opposing team as Vincent's. I have made one mistake if this was a real Detention Center. And that was the clothing. You can make a shank in a Detention Center out of fencing, yes, but that's about it. In a Detention Center, you get letter's, no package's. In a Program, you get package's in which, yes, you can hide stuff.. I would consider this more of a level 8 or 10 program. A Detention Center is a Level 8 program, High-Risk. In my mind, this is a high-risk program which is similar to a Detention center with all the smuggling and such going on.

To be put simply, is this a Program or a Detention Center?

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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OOCL read the title, Detention center. And you must be dumb if you think they dont get packages. this isnt a "real" game anyway. If it were a real detention center then there would NOT be girls and guys anywhere near each other let alone sitting together and shit. THIS IS A GAME!!!! So play it! thats all i got to say on this topic. now someone please post so i can. :P later

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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OOC: I'd recommend getting ahold of Anime_Fairy to solve this, as she is the topic's author. Additionally, from my own experiences -- not personal, I'll admit, but I sincerely doubt that everyone here that's claimed to be in Juvy can back that up -- I believe packages are allowed, thought subject to strict search. Additionally, prisoners are not searched room-to-room, as this would cause a massive backup and create ample opportunity in the confusions of searches for any number of shady activities. As well, knowing ONE guard would not byu any means let you get away with anything. If you've been in prison, you should be well aware that there are a hell of a lot more than one guard in any sort of detention center -- which this appears very bluntly to be.
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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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OOC: Zhelir, I have been to Marion County DJJ, which is in Ocala. And you are permitted NO packages, only letter's. And they do Room searches when you get up in the morning. You fold your blankets and place them at the head of your bead. You walk around in an orange jumpsuit. Girl's are on the opposite side of the building while male's are divided into 3 different sections. 8-12, 13-15,16+

I was just in DJJ a month ago for Domestic Battery and Grand Theft Auto. You permitted nothing, and the searches do not cause a backup, due to the fact that there is nothing to do all day...You go to school, go to your room and go to eat, That's it. You get nothing, but you can get stuff from the guards. I will finish explaining a DJJ or JDC if you wish later and discuss a program with you..

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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OOC: Regardless of what you claim, and regardless of the fact that what you claim goes against most standard prison structures, this is for the topic's author to solve. Get ahold of her if you can't all agree.

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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OOC: For the record, I'm gonna let Anime Fairy resolve all these matters in any way she sees fit. It's her game, she can do what she wants. Now for my piece, Serperra I couldn't give a shit less what you claim you've done or where you've been. Each jail, Detention Center, and Prison works differentally with their policies on packages, searches, etc. I know that when I was in jail you could get packages and shit. I know that in prison you get packages, cause my dad's in Prison. Detention Center, I was never actually locked up in juvie. But still, I'm taking it as this DC is more of a cross between juvie and prison, due to the fact that we have a yard, and all this other shit. This game's not entirely realistic already, hence the mixed gender population. And you really are one to talk about policy and shit dude. You're the one that came in and didn't have to turn into a goldfish, you're the one that 'has shit' on guards so you can get good food and shit, you're the one that was escorted in by four guards, two of which were 'special ops'... I don't see how being a street-racer would permit that kind of escort. A bullet proof vest on you when you came in? Come on, the fuck would you need one of those for? I think my character would've been in need of that kind of handling much more than yours, considering I'm bangin' Crown, had multiple counts of GTA, Assault with a DW, etc... But ya know what, whatever. We've let you play the way you want, now we're gonna play the way we want. And I don't think you've been to juvie or jail in my opinion, cause if you had you'd know what'd be happening to your character right now with his attitude and shit. He'd have the shit beaten out of him by breakfast. But whatever, it's just a game. But get your facts straight, get your head out of your ass, and if we let you play your way we play our way. Peace out.

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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Ari thought about this and then smiled. "I can get you a CD player. It might take a week though. It will be real basic but it will play. I cant promise CD's though... I can try." She looked from jonny to the other boys. Jonny had just told them she was safe and not a snitch but they didnt look convinced and she was wary of them. "How does that sound? I could try for a CD, which you want?" Ari picked up her empty drink cup and chewed on the edge of it, it was a bad habbit she'd had since she was little. Jonny looked like he was about to respond when the bell chimmed and a crackly voice came over the loud speaker,
"All inmates back to their cells. We will take a count then start sending the cell blocks out to the yard." Everyone began to get up and file out of the room. Ari still hadnt put her tray away and she ran quickly to do that before she got left behind. She totally spaced that she had just asked Jonny a question. She had just walked in her cell when she remembered. *Shit, stupid ADD.* She scanned the numerouse people passing her cell then saw him. "Jonny, what you say? Deal or no?"

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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They'd began the process of filing back into their cells, and as Jonny stepped back into his, Ari asked as she walked by, "Jonny, what you say? Deal or no?" Jonny then put his face up to the bars and said, "Sure! And if you can get me Akon's album Trouble, ya know with the song 'Locked Up!' It's perfect don't ya think?" Ari gave a thumbs up as she kept on walking, and Jonny went back and sat on his bed. Jonny dug through his bin, and found one of the pens and the stack of kites. He wrote down all the things he wanted his boys to bring him. "Hmm, let's see.. Socks, drawers, some beaters, money on my books.. A post card, they'll know what to do with that... And hell, some mags too.. Yep, that'll do it I think." Jonny tossed the pen back into the bin and folded up the slip of paper. He put it in his shirt pocket and relaxed a bit, glad that his belly was full from breakfast.

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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Vincent stood up, walking down the hall with his boy, Cali Boy. the two walked silently to their seperate cells. Vincent went into his cell and sat on his bed, waiting for his room mate to come. "What to do, What to do..they got my cars.."

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

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Savannah heard the muffled commotion of footsteps as her fellow inmates were corralled back into their cells. Several were holding conversations with one another, what she took to be feeble attempts at friendships. She narrowed her eyes and glared at the ceiling as she lay across her cot, folding her limbs firmly about her chest and exhaling through her nostrils. What a bogus thought, making friends in a place like this. What did they expect, loyalty and honesty? A snicker emitted from between her lips. The kids here sure weren't locked up for being model citizens.
Throwing her legs over the edge of her mattress, Savannah arched her back to peer through the bars of her cell as the captives marched single-file down the hall. She tapped the toe of her shoe to the rhythm they created and pressed her fingers against the palm of her hand, a series of pops echoing against the cement walls. She sighed once more. Boredom was threatening to overtake her, and she could certainly use a cigarette.
As the cell doors around her slid shut and the shuffling quieted, Savannah rested her elbows on her knees and propped her chin atop the back of her hands, allowing her eyes to flutter closed as she jeered, "Home sweet home."

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Re: Riverside Detention Center

Tips: 0.00 INK Postby Momo on Thu Jul 19, 2007 7:23 pm

Name: Mary Ann Parker
Nickname: Candy, Crystal, Glass, Crank, Lithium
Age: 16 in two months
Personality: Sweet little Mary Ann Parker was 12 the first time she f*cked the Monster, got glassed, hot rolled, speedballed, whatever the hell the rest of the meth heads at school told her was fun. She had been a perfectly good girl before that, of course. A perfectly obeidiant, studious, good christian, shy little girl with peach red curls and clear blue eyes. She did everything her pastor father told her too without question. But a month after her 12th birthday she got a crush on this boy.

She knew deep down inside that she should stay away from him, but her rationale was that if God made him, he was a good person and deserved to be trusted and cherished. He was dashing, smooth, black haired and green eyed glory sheathed by muscles out of the greek age. He was an angel in her eyes. He was 19 years old, a high school drop out, an alchoholic, and a meth head. And apparently blind aswell because she told him she was 16 and he didn't even raise an eyebrow or ask her anything else before he took her virginity and introduced her to his best friend.

She hadn't even hit puberty yet.

Three years later little Mary Ann Parker is the biggest methneck still in school, under the influence she's as happy as a bumblebee, hyper, horny, and hellishly cheerful. But the instant she starts to crash, she goes.. well. She goes.

Looks: Image
Gang: None
What she's doing here: Drug abuse and dealing (Methanphetamines, Heroin), Assault and Battery (some girl ran into her fist a couple times), Theft (A pistol from her friends father).
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