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It's not yet time to sound alarms on prison overcrowding

April 7, 2013

By ERIC LINHARDT As we discuss the local prison crowding issue, it is important to keep things in perspective. For the first four months of 2012 no inmates were transferred to out of county prisons....

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Nov-13-13 11:48 PM

Is it time yet???

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May-31-13 12:25 AM

How about the cop and the illegal seizure of pins. Are you going to put him in jail or will he continue to receive a retirement pension??

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May-11-13 11:46 PM

As long as you continue to think the way you do Mr. Lindhardt, your job will never be done and perhaps the way you want it to be. Prisons are overcrowded and not everyone in jail belong there. I challange you to start thinking outside the box and consider the reasons why offenders end up back in job, no housing, no money, no family. What else is there?

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