PINELLAS COUNTY: PCJ Inmate Walks out of Jail on Fake Paperwork

An inmate at the Pinellas County jail is accused of forging paperwork to get out of jail.

According to Bay News 9’s partner paper, the St. Petersburg Times, Nydeed Nashaddai managed to fake a letter that got him out of jail. He was in jail on fifteen (15) counts of Uttering Forged Bills, Drafts, Checks or Notes, six (6) counts of Grand Theft and four (4) counts of Fraudulent Use of Personal ID Info.

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Nashaddai’s release only lasted about a day. When the victim was notified about the release, he called the Pinellas County State Attorney’s Office, who then found out that Nashaddai was not supposed to be let out of jail.

Nashaddai was “re-arrested” the same day. He now faces an additional charge of Escape and remains in the Pinellas County Jail without a bond. It remains to be seen if he can walk his way out of jail again.

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One response to “PINELLAS COUNTY: PCJ Inmate Walks out of Jail on Fake Paperwork”

  1. Jay Cee says:

    What kind of paperwork did he forge? from a Judge? Out of his cell or did he get help from the outside? I am seriously interested in how he accomplished the release! Pinellas County is a dungeon…what kind of document did he use?

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