Federal Inmate Release 2020

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This database contains public record information on felony offenders sentenced to the Department of Corrections.

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WASHINGTON, D.C.: On Thursday, March 26, 2020, inmate Charles Richard Rootes, went
into respiratory failure at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) Butner I, in Butner, North
Carolina. He was evaluated by institutional medical staff and transported to a local hospital for
further treatment and evaluation. While at the local hospital, Mr. Rootes tested positive for
COVID-19. On Friday, March 27, 2020, his condition declined and he was placed on a
ventilator. On Saturday, April 11, 2020, Mr. Rootes, who had long-term, pre-existing medical
conditions which the CDC lists as risk factors for developing more severe COVID-19 disease,
was pronounced dead by hospital staff.

7 thoughts on “Federal Inmate Release 2020”

  1. Can you tell me if Jeffery dale Mcclendon44257074 suppose to be released during this Coronvirus pandemic 2020.

  2. Yes I want to know if my brother who is in FCI low Beaumont facility. 31600-380. Emilio Valdez going to be released. He has good behavior and is more then ready to be with his family. I need him out this PANDEMIC is no joke. He is our only brother our father passed and he is in need to help çare for our mom .

  3. 10-26-2020
    My son Thomas E Burns 17835-003 and ten other inmates were exposed to COVID-19 last week while being transferred from Beaumont Lo to Beaumont Camp. They are now in a fourteen day quarantine. My son is a non-violent white-collar first time offender. Is there any way he can avoid further COVID-19 exposure by being transferred to home arrest after leaving quarantine? I’m on disability, live alone and could sure use the help at home.


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