United States Penitentiary, Lompoc
|Location||Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, California|
|Security class||Medium-security (with minimum-security prison camp)|
|Population||1,500 (520 in prison camp)|
|Managed by||Federal Bureau of Prisons|
The United States Penitentiary, Lompoc (USP Lompoc) is a medium-security United States federal prison for male inmates in California. It is part of the Lompoc Federal Correctional Complex (FCC Lompoc) and is operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, a division of the United States Department of Justice. The facility also has a satellite prison camp for minimum-security male inmates. It was formerly a military disciplinary barracks on Camp Cooke.
The USP (Medium) security complex also contains a High security wing constructed in 2006 known as the "SHU" or "Special Housing Unit". Inmates may be placed in the SHU as a disciplinary measure or for administrative reasons.
The FCI (Low) has a Residential Drug Abuse Program (RDAP)
There are two minimum security prison camps that also house adult male inmates.
- Inmates released from custody prior to 1982 are not listed on the Federal Bureau of Prisons website.
|Inmate Name||Register Number h||Status||Details|
|H.R. Haldeman||Unlisted*||Released from custody in 1978; served 18 months.||White House Chief of Staff for President Richard Nixon and key figure in the Watergate scandal; convicted in 1975 of conspiracy and obstruction of justice.|
|Herbert W. Kalmbach||Unlisted*||Released from custody in 1975; served 6 months.||Personal attorney for President Richard Nixon; pleaded guilty in 1974 to illegally soliciting nearly $4 million in campaign funds.|
|Inmate Name||Register Number||Status||Details|
|Ivan Boesky||13987-054||Released from custody in 1990; served 2 years.||Former leading Wall Street speculator; pleaded guilty in 1987 to conspiracy to file false stock trading records for making $80 million through an insider trading scheme.|
|Reed Slatkin||24057-112||Released from custody in 2013; served 14 years.||Co-founder of EarthLink; pleaded guilty in 2002 to mail fraud, wire fraud, money laundering and conspiracy to obstruct justice for stealing $593 million from investors in one of the biggest Ponzi schemes in US history; Slatkin's story was featured on the CNBC television program American Greed.|
|Eugene Plotkin||58897-054||Released from custody in 2011; served 3 years.||Former associate at Goldman Sachs; convicted in 2007 masterminding an insider trading conspiracy which netted $6.5 million; Plotkin's story was featured on the CNBC television program American Greed.|
|Inmate Name||Register Number||Status||Details|
|Demetrius Flenory||13037-078||Serving a 30-year sentence; scheduled for release in 2032.||Co-founder of the Black Mafia Family criminal organization; pleaded guilty in 2007 to leading a national drug trafficking operation based in Detroit, Michigan with his brother, Terry Flenory, who was also sentenced to 30 years.|
|Chuck Muncie||03389-198||Released from custody in 1992; served 18 months.||Former National Football League player; pleaded guilty in 1988 to selling cocaine to an undercover federal agent and perjury.|
|Andre Louis Hicks||55553-097||Released from custody in 1996; served 4 years.||American rap artist known as Mac Dre and member of the Romper Room Gang, which was suspected of committing a series of bank robberies; convicted in 1992 of conspiracy for plotting to rob a bank in Fresno, California.|
|Hüseyin Yıldırım||09542-018||Released from custody and deported to his home country of Turkey in 2003; served 5 years.||Turkish national; convicted in 1989 of conspiring with spy James Hall III to sell classified information regarding US eavesdropping operations to East German and Soviet agents between 1983 and 1988.|
|Auburn Calloway||14601-076||Two consecutive life sentences without parole||Attempted hijacking and attempted murder of the crew members of Federal Express Flight 705. Was charged and convicted of attempted murder, attempted air piracy, and interference of flight crew operations.|
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