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A couple years after me and my ex got together, her brother got busted for assault with a deadly weapon and was given a pretty stiff sentence of 10 years, given that he had a prior conviction for homicide.
He went back to the joint and was granted parole after 7 years. I don't know about other states but in order to be paroled in California at that time, the convict had to have an address to be paroled to, so my ex asked me if he could crash at our house.
Mitch was a great guy and we'd always gotten along famously, going out and getting into shit together, so I said sure, no problem, and my ex called the parole office and gave them the information they needed and our address.
A few days later a parole officer shows up at my door to do a home 'check', walked into the house and saw my gun safe in the living room and said "Aw, hell no" and walked out. He wasn't in there five seconds.