Friday, August 1, 2014

UPDATE on the whereabouts of Jonathan Scott Franklin

INMATE LOCATOR, The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR)

Agree to the terms, enter his name as seen below and view Scott's present location.

FRANKLIN, JONATHAN SCOTT CDCR# AD7473 Age: 41 Admission Date 06/10/2010

Jonathan Scott Franklin, who initially was doing hard time in a California State Penitentiary, was transferred to:

Physical Address:
900 Quebec Avenue
Corcoran, CA 93212
(559) 992-7100

Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 7100
Corcoran, CA 93212

Craig's first comment upon being told Scott had been arrested for hiring a hitman to kill his wife was, "That was stupid.  They always suspect the husband first!" 

[May 27, 2010]

10 years to life for Marysville man in murder plot

May 27, 2010 
(Appeal-Democrat - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- Jonathan Scott Franklin was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years to life for hiring a "hit man" to kill his estranged wife in Marysville and her boyfriend -- a sentence that came after the woman said that unless he was locked up, Franklin would try to find her.

Kathleen Franklin, 35, said on a videotape played in Yuba County Superior Court that she suffered a decade of verbal abuse from Franklin before his arrest last July as he drove away from a meeting with an undercover officer posing as a hit man.

Kathleen Franklin said that after she filed for divorce, Jonathan Franklin quoted e-mails she had written. She said she learned he'd installed spyware to steal her passwords and made video recordings of her through the webcam on her computer.

"I was just terrified to be around him," she said, recalling how one evening two Marysville police officers spoke with her and said, "We don't know how to tell you this, but your husband has hired a hit man to kill you." Jonathan Franklin, 38, a former mental health worker, said in court before his sentencing that he was "so sorry for what I did." "Every day I've spent here in jail I've had to live with the horror I've caused," he said. "I regret and despise everything that happened." Lani Steele, Kathleen Franklin's mother, said after the sentencing that the Marysville Police Department was "absolutely awesome." "They saved our daughter's life," Steele said.  MORE

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