On October 29, David Lee Hunter was transferred from the Grand Traverse County jail to the loving arms of the Michigan Department of Corrections.
As his official MDOC status indicates (left), Hunter is undergoing
intake processing at the Charles Egeler Reception and Guidance Center (RGC) in Jackson, Michigan. The RGC serves as a quarantine facility responsible for intake processing of all male offenders who are adjudicated adults sentenced to a term of incarceration with the Michigan Department of Corrections.
Hunter will receive a variety of psychological, medical, educational and security classification evaluations at RGC. Hunter will be medically screened by professionally trained correctional health care staff during his intake process. Prisoners are subjected to twelve days of intake processing prior to being classified for transfer to a general population facility capable of meeting their medical, program and security needs.
The average length of stay at RGC is 30 to 45 days.
Since Hunter's official record does not have a photograph, your girl Miss Fortune added the "wicked warlock" portrait using his Cook County Jail booking photo.