will be one step closer to his homecoming May 23 when he is
released to a halfway house in Kansas City, MO. Dilts is the
OOIDA member serving 30 months in Leavenworth, KS, Satellite
Minimum Security Prison Camp after marijuana was found sealed
inside the drum of a steamroller being hauled on Dilts' flatbed
(see the March/April 2001 issue of Land Line).
the halfway house, he will be able to work and spend time with
family and friends as long as he stays within a confined geographical
area, returns to the halfway house at a certain time each evening
and reports regularly to his federal probation officer. After
six months at the halfway house, Dilts returns home to his fiancée
in Odessa, MO.
son, Larry, set up a truck fund for his father at Lawson Bank
in Kansas City, MO. The fund has received about $1,000 in donations.
Contributions may be mailed to: Alan L. Dilts Truck Fund, P.O.
Box 46725, Kansas City, MO 64188-6725.