LAS VEGAS — A Nevada prisons official says a plan is in place for O.J. Simpson to be launched on parole as early as Monday from a facility close to Las Vegas.
Nevada Division of Corrections spokeswoman Brooke Keast stated Wednesday the method and paperwork haven’t but been finalized for Simpson’s launch after he spent 9 years behind bars for an armed theft conviction.
Keast says Simpson stays at Lovelock Correctional Middle in northern Nevada. She says he can be moved to Excessive Desert State Jail outdoors Las Vegas for launch.
An in depth Simpson good friend, Tom Scotto, would solely say that Simpson is scheduled to be launched “shortly after” Oct. 1. Nobody has stated but the place he’ll stay after he’s freed.
Oct. 1 is the date a state parole board set in July when it accepted launch for the 70-yr-previous Simpson.