Mama June’s man, Geno Doak may be back in jail, all the while, she’s getting makeovers in California. However, fans have questions. Why is Geno back in jail? Keep reading to find out.
Mama June fans sleuth up arrest details on Geno Doak
Someone recently posts what looks like a jail booking page on a Facebook group. The photo gives details about what looks like the arrest of Eugene Edward Doak. However, upon closer investigation, it may not be what it looks like.
If the screenshot is legitimate, it looks like Geno was finally sentenced for his 2019 arrest. Presumably, this is because the case number listed on the screenshot is one issued in 2019. Back in 2019, he and Mama June were arrested at a gas station in Macon County, Alabama. According to reports, police were called to the location by a witness because allegedly the two were having an altercation. Once the police arrived, they found crack cocaine and a pipe.
Back in April 2012, Mama June Shannon went to court where she pleaded guilty on both charges. Ultimately, it seems like this was part of a pre-trial agreement. With a pre-trial agreement, Mama June would be able to avoid prison time. The Trussville Tribune reports that Geno was denied entry into drug court.
Did Geno finally get sentenced for his 2019 arrest?
However, Geno didn’t go to court at the same time as Mama June. So if the screenshot is legitimate, it looks like he received his sentencing on July 29, 2021. Seemingly the incarceration details don’t include an updated mugshot because his custody status is listed as “on the way.” Which makes sense because he was recently posting photos about the inclement weather in Florida.
Fans also speculate that it may not be him because the identifying details aren’t accurate. Oftentimes, details such as weight and tattoos cannot be filled in until a person is actually in custody. So, with a custody status of “on the way,” it is assumable that all of the listed details are subject to change.
Additionally, it looks like Geno is sentenced to 16 months of prison time. While it’s hard to confirm, it looks like he was in jail for 11 days when he was originally arrested in 2019. Also, it seems like if Geno had turned himself in at the time of sentencing, his minimum release date would be November 28, 2022. Lastly, it looks like he is going to have to serve the time consecutively without a parole hearing.
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