I went to pick up the items so that they would not be trashed. It has been since February and was expecting an address to send the items. I have not been provided and address he is currently incarcerated and not able to pick up his own things. I wanted to know if I can trash these items without any repercussions. I've sent him numerous letter asking for him to send it to me and he has not responded to me.
Criminal Defense Attorney
I think you mean can you get rid of this person's things without inviting trouble. You are in lawful possession of the items, and I think you have a moral obligation to keep them safe if you can, but unless you were paid or given some other compensation for keeping the items, I don't think you would be likely to be prosecuted if you were to get rid of the items.
Car / Auto Accident Lawyer
Why don't you begin by asking this person? You've sent him letters, but are you sure he's still in the same jail? I think the fact you haven't gotten a response might be because he hasn't gotten the letters, your first step should be to verify your sending the letters the right place.
DUI / DWI Attorney
Legally, you probably would not be prosecuted for discarding the items, especially if the value of them was not that high. However, morally, you should make a good faith effort to find out what facility he is and try to return it to him, his attorney, the jail or a family member. Why invite trouble!?