Freddy B robbed an elderly woman with the aid of a stun gun. Freddy B stole cars. Freddy B treated his women in a non-sympathetic way. Freddy B got caught with another man’s woman. Freddy B found himself incarcerated at North Central Juvenile Correctional Center in Logansport, Indiana.
Freddy B tells the life and times of teenager Frederic Walton Harris, Sr. and how he became known as the thug, Freddy B. Follow his journey from start to finish as he details his personal ordeal accepting his inherent “good” side while fighting his environmentally-learned “bad” side through his journal writings while incarcerated. What sustained Freddy B as he suffered the embarrassment and breakdown of “punishment,” “211,” and “SEG”? Experience his change through the help of his devoted and loving parents, his teacher whom he grew to love as a second mother, and his counselor whom he was at odds with from the start. How did Freddy B turn his attitude and outlook around never to return to a life of crime?
Freddy B is riveting detail and action set on fire revealing the nature of a teenager living a life of crime. What made him go wrong?