In his letters from prison, Powell noted that his family was struggling financially to make house payments. Since his arrest, his children Alina and John Powell have lived in the home. Powell's ex-wife, Terri Powell, also reportedly moved in recently, according to family members.
Once an offender release plan is approved, an inmate will then have to spend 35 more days in prison while preparations are made for his release, such as notifying victims as well as law enforcement in the area that he is about to move there.
If a release plan is never approved, Powell would still get out of prison in April of 2014, the maximum time on his sentence.
Powell does not have any other family members in Washington, other than Alina and John who are living in the house he cannot go back to, according to corrections documents. He does have relatives in Oregon.
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