Letter writer apologizes for actions

Posted: Friday, February 25, 2011

Hello, my name is Chaunce Hoxie, and last year for two months I was running around town breaking into people's houses, stealing their belongings, and terrorizing the neighborhood. I am writing this to tell the people that I did this to that I am sorry. I know saying this won't change what I did or fix the damage I caused, but I have to start fixing what I did somewhere. I have been in the Wildwood Correctional Center for 12 months and I have had a lot of time to reflect on what I did and how everyone must have felt. Losing your belongings that you worked hard to get and keep. Who am I to take your things? No one should have to worry in the safety of their own home. I will be returning to Anchor Point on Feb. 6, 2011, to start a new life and not make the same mistakes, to turn a new page in my life and look to the future. I ask for forgiveness from all of you for what I did and hope we can build a new trust between us. And I am sorry.

Chaunce Hoxie, Anchor Point



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