Prison of Truth
Ray Ellsworth pulled up to the gate of the Cavalito State Prison with his delivery truck. Ray was delivering to the “Cav” for three years. Twice a week he delivered dry goods to the prison cafeteria. The prison used vast amounts of prepared food like oatmeal, Cream of Wheat and other products that did not require sharp implements to make and serve. Food at the prison was high on calories and low on the need for sharp utensils in preparation. The inmates did not receive fine dining options. Some inmates got more than their share, others less, but everyone went out of the cafeteria with a full stomach.
The deliveries to the prison usually took longer than any two other deliveries on his route because of the security routines. If there was a problem inside the jail while Ray was there, he could be held up all day while they figured it out. No one could enter or leave the prison when there was a problem, including delivery vehicles. Ray spent seventeen hours at the Cav one day when a prisoner came up short during the morning count. But, the money was good. A state contract for sales of his company’s products provided a lucrative profit. It was worth the hassle, but it was still a pain.$ 24.95$ 19.99
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