My name is Quentin Everett Delaney.
I am 44 years old, 5'9" tall, and 190 pounds. I have blue eyes and used to have blonde hair but now I am bald. I had a house with my wife and kids in Streamwood, Illinois which is in the northwest suburbs of Chicago.
I am serving a life sentence without parole and 85 years for two murders I didn't commit. I have been in prison since October 2001. The murders involve my wife, and my friend's brother. Hopefully I will be set free one day.
I was married to my wife who was Mexican 20 years old and I was 25, we had a son who is now 18 and is half white and half Mexican.
I was in the Marines 4 four years from May 1993 to May 1997. I was a military police officer at Marine Corps Air Station El Toro 30 miles south of Los Angeles in Santa Ana, California which was closed in 1999. I received an honorable discharge as a corporal but was not in any combat.
I then worked at an armored company, Dunbar in the cash vault building for 3 years, I finally worked at a garbage company until I went to prison called BFI making $20 an hour. I picked up garbage, recycling, and yard waste. I only made $11 an hour at Dunbar working around millions of dollars, but it didn't have a union like the garbage company. Now I work as a janitor for $28 a month.
I like to exercise a lot, I run, do push-ups, sit ups, dips, and pull-ups. I like to keep busy reading Christian books, watching television, and listening to the radio.
I am looking for a woman to have in my life. I will respond to all letters no matter race, age, or religion. I though am a Christian and my goal is to read the Bible more often. If you have kids that is even better. We can develop a relationship as a penpal as just a woman friend or become something more serious.
Write me whenever you can if you are interested, men can respond too as just friends! Definitely interested in writing to Veterans!
Quentin Delaney # R-24672
Dixon Correctional Center
2600 N Brinton Avenue
Dixon, IL 61021 USA
Women, Friend, Donations, Legal Help
2 1st° Murders
Life Without Parole and 85 Years
Ad Start: 01-19-17