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Psycho For Love: Dennis Ott killed his wife, Phonthip Ott; Sentenced to 25 years to life; Stepdaughters vow to fight parole


Phonthip Ott

Calif. sisters fight to keep mother’s killer behind bars
Phonthip Ott Discovered Dead in California River; Spouse Dennis Ott, US Coast Guard, Convicted of Murder and Sentenced to Life in Prison (1992)
Notebook: The possibility of parole
California Sisters: Keep our mom’s killer behind bars!
Sisters fight to keep their mother’s killer behind bars as he comes up for …

Movies/Documentaries
48 Hours: Crime and Punishment

INMATE INFORMATION

Inmate Name OTT, DENNIS SANDELL
CDCR Number J78934
Age 65
Admission Date 10/03/1995
Current Location California State Prison, Solano
Location Link Directions
Parole Eligible Date (Month/Year) 11/2010
Parole Eligible Date Information
The Parole Eligible Date displayed above is subject to change.

The parole eligible date shown above is the first date the inmate is (or was) eligible for a parole suitability hearing by the Board of Parole Hearings to determine if the inmate should be released. Inmates may earn credits for participating in rehabilitative programming, which may move their parole eligible dates to an earlier date. Inmates could also be found guilty of an institutional rules violation, which could result in a loss of credits that may move their parole eligible dates further into the future. Parole eligible dates may also change based on a variety of other reasons, including court orders, changes in law, and routine audits. Parole eligible dates displayed on this website are updated regularly.

For more information about the parole suitability hearing process, please visit the Board of Parole Hearings’ Parole Suitability Hearing Overview

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One Response

  1. I don’t hold any hope for him to be returned to society. After watching 48hrs I believe the jury got it right. He’s shown no remorse for his crime & continues to say he’s innocent is beyond beggars belief. I stand with the 2 daughters & hope he isn’t released until he finally admits his crime. Then I believe the girls will finally get closure. They are the ones with a life sentence. Hoping both girls are doing well & keep up the fight. Your mother would be proud of you both.

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