Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Apparently 226 Arrests Does Not A Record Make

But it probably keeps his public defender very busy.

Kevin Holder was arrested for the 226th time on Sunday. His rap sheet is 43 pages long. He has spent three of his sentences in state prison, the last starting in 1996.

However, this only makes him the 40th most arrested person in his home state of Nebraska. (Apparently, the record is held by the now deceased Edward Rooks, who was arrested 652 times.)

This says two things. First, we need to do something to prepare people when we relase them from jail. Second,... this guy is really awful at being a crook.

1 comment:

Moi said...

I remember those clients fondly--one-inch-high arrest records and all....