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“If people really understood what it was like being in prison, that ought to give them a real good incentive not to go.”Boone said her son never mentioned trouble with other inmates at the prison.
Investigators have told her little in the month since, citing the active investigation.
”Another day went by before a medical examiner in Leesburg told Boone that her son’s death was a homicide, a stabbing.
Susie Boone’s son was dead, and she had questions that the person calling from the Florida Department of Corrections said she couldn’t answer. He was 27, in prison at the Lake Correctional Institution near Clermont on convictions of drug possession, carrying a concealed weapon, unarmed robbery and battery. Adonis Boone is the second person killed at the Lake Correctional Institution this year, records show.
He was set to leave prison and return to Tampa in late 2018. Another inmate, Jose Gregory Villagas, a 39-year-old Tampa man with a criminal record of drug charges going back to the 1990s, died March 28.