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Prison lonely hearts looking for pen pals

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Among the trickle of inmate snail-mail that wends its way to our paper, City Weekly occasionally receives missives from folks behind bars seeking correspondence with the outside world. In the interest of facilitating communication, here are a few that crossed our desks recently from Pocatello.---

Lisa Calbick describes herself as "lost and lonely, looking for you!" She has "long dark hair and hazel eyes you can get lost in," and urges a potential pen pal to write and "let's let fate take its course."

Her address is: PWCC; Lisa Calbick #81607; Unit 2 - 34B; 1451 Fore Road, Pocatello, ID, 83204

Charee Nelson is 33 and describes herself as "single and lonely." Like Lisa, she waxes lyrical about her physical appearance. "I have beautiful wavy long hair, brown eyes, long eye lashes, voluptuous lips."

You can write to Charee at #78332, PWCC Unit 2 33b; 1451 Fore Road, Pocatello, ID, 83204

Maggie Mocaby is of Italian descent, she writes, and along with "long eyelashes, deep dimples, pouty lips," is seeking a "mature gentleman to write me and love me."

Connect with Maggie at 1451 Fore Road, Pocatello, ID, 83205

 One other would-be pen pal is Lisa, which, she notes, in Hawaiian is spelled Lika. She's has long brown hair, and hands "that are gentle and burning with passion." Unfortunately, Lisa didn't put her last name, so she might prove difficult to write to.

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