Dating female prison

Then also 16, Boyd plunged a knife into Conor Black as he stood outside a house party after first stunning him by smashing a beer can over his head.

After the stabbing he went back into the party bragging that he was 'the man' and threatening to kill anyone who named him to police.

A female prison warder who had a six-month affair with a convicted killer has been jailed after she was caught smuggling in racy pictures of herself.

Former Royal Navy sailor Kiah Andrusjak, 23, was detained after she was caught smuggling in the pictures and a Terry's Chocolate Orange for Shane Boyd whilst he was languishing at Manchester Prison, formerly known as Strangeways.

Last Christmas Boyd even arranged for his sister to give his lover a Christmas card containing £150 in cash during a meeting at a Nando's restaurant.

At Manchester Crown Court, Andrusjak, of Hindley Green, Wigan, sobbed as she admitted miscodnuct in a public office and was jailed for eight months.

Boyd, from Middleton, had been jailed for life for murder in 2009 after he stabbed a 16-year-old student to death after a petty argument over an Xbox console.

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Seen at left, Tapscott lives in Largo, a city four miles south of Clearwater, where the victim resides.

Black Guerrilla Family leader Tavon White was able to run an illegal operation while serving time in the Baltimore City Detention Center.