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County’s average inmate numbers dip to notable low

April 12, 2013

The Lycoming County Prison has all inmates in-house right now, Warden Kevin DeParlos reported at Friday morning’s prison board meeting. “We had an average daily population of 309....

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Apr-16-13 6:31 AM

Devildog get a out of the area lawyer and sue the County, the prison keeps records.

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Apr-15-13 11:39 PM

The SunGazette should report more on the things Warden Kevin Deparlos does not want the public to know. For one there is a serious lack of adequate health care given to the inmates at Lyco prison. Rather than seek the needed diagnostic and treatments needed by inmate they simply monitor their needs. As a result of negligent care my brother was given an insulin shot when he already had a low sugar reading.This caused him to go into insulin shock and fall.The fall damaged his knee and he was given Tylenol and (1) ice bag. Request for additional ice was denied, stating "Dr. ordered only one ice bag" They would not even give him more ice.A different doctor has checked his knee each week and they have reported, The knee is severely damaged as well as one stating he needs a knee replacement to repair the knee. Requests to date to have the knee checked by MRI or xray have fallen on deft ears and it has been over a month since initial accident. They simply answer to no one at LY

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Apr-13-13 10:00 AM

gesh make up your minds, one month we're going to spend 4 millionon a new facility, now it seems that's not needed, because puff the prison population is low.

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