An Update On The Criminal Career Of Ohio Felon D'Alcapone Alpacino Morris

Last time we checked in on D’Alcapone Alpacino Morris, the Ohio man had been indicted for felony cocaine possession. Since then, the 26-year-old has added murder, burglary, robbery, kidnaping, and assault convictions to his rap sheet.

The gun-toting drug dealer is now serving 35 years to life in state prison.

According to an affidavit filed yesterday in the Court of Common Pleas, the distinctively named inmate is now representing himself pro se and has informed the court that he is unable to pay costs related to an appeal of his conviction.

Morris, pictured above, is locked up at the Ross Correctional Institution, a 2125-inmate facility in Chillicothe. He is eligible for an intitial parole hearing in November 2044.