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Susan Brock's on Her Best Behavior in Prison -- One Year Without a Disciplinary Infraction

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Susan Brock, the estranged wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, apparently has been on her best behavior in prison.

A few weeks ago, Brock officially made it one full year without a disciplinary infraction, since being found guilty of the world's lamest prison disciplinary infraction in late August 2011.

See also:
-Brocked Up: Supervisor Fulton Brock Attempted to Cover Up the Sexual Liaisons Between His Wife, Daughter and a Teenage Boy
-Susan Brock's Prison Disciplinary Infraction: it Involves a Bathroom

Brock -- who's in prison for her sexual relationship with a high school kid -- got in trouble for using a bathroom she wasn't supposed to use.

Brock was waiting to see an eye doctor at the Perryville prison, where she used the bathroom. Someone tattled on Brock to a corrections officer, who gave the write-up to Brock -- who had previously been told not to use that bathroom.

Brock admitted to this, and lost her privileges for 30 days.

She started her 13-year prison sentence in April 2011, and that's still the only infraction to date. In other words, after nearly a year-and-a-half in prison, she's stabbed a grand total of zero people.


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