Monday, August 14, 2017

House Arrest Trending In Jackson County Amid Ongoing Jail Crisis

Fun fact story that somebody woke up Hendricks to file . . .

More inmates put on house arrest could ease Jackson County jail staffing crisis

Jackson County hopes to double or triple the number of inmates on house arrest as one way to compensate for a shortage of guards to adequately guard prisoners at the county detention center, officials said Monday.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh course. Letting violent criminals back out in trouble streets on "house arrest" instead of lockdown makes sense. I'm sure they will obey all of the rules. Right now they only have four people supervising house arrest. Tripling their caseload and adding two more people will be a disaster. You can be sure to see violent crimes skyrocket even more when these people are released.

Imagine how the victims and witnesses will feel with these shitheads getting out on house arrest. The ones who do cooperate and testify will back out.

Anonymous said...

Send them all to the Star's HQ. Should be plenty of space available there, and it will give the journotrash a chance to walk the walk.

Anonymous said...

Just let them go. They can't even properly administer house arrest protocols. Fuck it.

Anonymous said...

Just close the fucking jail down, lay off everybody, close down Jean Petersucker Bakers office and tell the dumb cunt she is unemployed. Just let all the prisoners loose and hope they kill each other.

Anonymous said...

People don't realize a jail is a matter of public safety. This is exactly why we need a well run jail.

Anonymous said...

Mean jean petersucker baker never ceases to amaze me, next stop no charges period

Crazy Clown said...

WELCOME to how "Degenerate Communist Democratic Liberals" attempt to run a city and the judicial system !!!

Pathetic !!!

Anonymous said...

oh yeah the fear of house arrest. Sounds alright to be a criminal these days.

Hyperblogal said...

This sounds like another stellar idea.