Ethan Couch

Ethan Couch, the teenager who killed 4 people while drunk driving, was transferred from a juvenile detention center to an adult men's prison today.

Couch's eyes were red and puffy from crying while posing for his mugshot at the Lon Evans Corrections Center in downtown Fort Worth, Texas on Thursday.

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Ralkina Jones

Video footage captured a black Cleveland woman expressing her fear of dying hours before she was found dead in a jail cell.

In the video footage released on Tuesday, Ralkina Jones, 37, told jailers “I don’t want to die in your cell.”

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Kyler Myers A 19-year-old man who was found unresponsive in the back of a police transport van has died.

Kyler L. Myers of Greenwood, Indiana, was arrested early Monday and charged with two counts of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and one count of disorderly conduct.

The Greenwood police transported Myers to the Johnson County Jail, where he was evaluated by a nurse who determined the teenager should be transported to the hospital which was right next door to the jail.

According to The Indystar newspaper website, Myers was "agitated with other inmates," and "displayed unusual behavior," in the jail.

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Tavon White

According to an unsealed federal indictment, a Baltimore jail inmate has sired 5 babies with 4 female guards at the Baltimore City Detention Center, The Baltimore Sun reports. Those guards were named in the indictment, along with 9 of their co-workers, for enabling a prison gang's drug trafficking and money laundering enterprise behind bars. Baltimore was the backdrop for the critically-acclaimed HBO TV series The Wire.

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About 30 minutes ago, troubled rapper Gucci Mane walked out of the Fulton County Jail a free man. Gucci, real name Radric Taylor, was arrested last November by his parole officer for violating his probation a second time.

Gucci held a press conference outside the jail where he read a prepared statement to a swarm of media, bloggers and photographers who jockeyed for his attention.

During his stint in jail, Gucci kept busy by writing lyrics and recording his latest mixtape, The BurrrPrint 2HD, over the phone with the assistance of his producer, DJ Holiday.

Gucci also started up a new label, 1017 Brick Squad, and fired his longtime manager Debra Antney, who is rapper Waka Flocka's mom

Photo by @PictureMane