Devon Davis shows off an ankle monitor during an interview. Davis spent 1,001 days, in the North Carolina prison system in solitary confinement. Since his release last year, he's had trouble reconnecting with his family and finding employment.
Devon Davis shows off an ankle monitor during an interview. Davis spent 1,001 days, in the North Carolina prison system in solitary confinement. Since his release last year, he's had trouble reconnecting with his family and finding employment. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Devon Davis shows off an ankle monitor during an interview. Davis spent 1,001 days, in the North Carolina prison system in solitary confinement. Since his release last year, he's had trouble reconnecting with his family and finding employment. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

Without a home, with little support, Devon Davis tries to find his way

May 30, 2016 12:00 PM

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