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inmate costs at northwestern new mexico jails to jump


farmington, n.m. (ap) — the cost for aztec, bloomfield and farmington to house inmates at northwestern new mexico jails will increase about 20 percent soon.the daily times of farmington, new mexico, reports the jump comes after san juan county commissioners approved a contract with a nashville, tennessee, company to provide inmate medical care at county detention facilities.county operations officer mike stark says increase is due to the $4.48 million annual contract for correct care solutions. the company provides medical services for the adult and juvenile detention centers and the alternative sentencing locations.correct care solutions took over the contract from the san juan regional medical center on july 1, which had a contract of about $2.1 million annually to provide medical series






kane inmate grabs gun, holds geneva hospital employee hostage: cops


a kane county jail inmate being treated at a geneva hospital grabbed the gun of a corrections officer guarding him and took a hospital employee hostage, a kane county sheriff's spokesman said.the inmate, whose name has not been released, was taken to northwestern medicine delnor hospital for treatment, said sheriff's spokesman lt. patrick gengler. while there, he grabbed the gun of the kane county correctional officer who was chaperoning him.the hostage situation started about 12:30 p.m., according to geneva police. the inmate was still holding the gun on a female hospital employee and keeping her hostage about 4 p.m.both inmate and hostage were in a room in the lower level of the hospital, not far from the hospital's emergency treatment area, gengler said. although there was a lockdown at






hospital, law enforcement ask for dismissal of delnor patient lawsuit after host


all defendants are seeking the dismissal of a federal lawsuit brought by a woman who says she was a patient at northwestern medicine delnor hospital in geneva when a kane county inmate admitted there for medical treatment took two nurses hostage in may.delnor hospital, the kane county sheriff's office, corrections officer shawn loomis and apex3 security all filed motions in u.s. district court asking a judge to dismiss the lawsuit.a recent court filing submitted by one of loomis' lawyers, michael d. bersani, argues that what inmate tywon salters did amounts to private violence, for which loomis can't be held accountable.the second lawsuit filed in federal court in connection with the may 13 hostage scenario states that victoria weiland was a patient in a third-floor room down the hall from






the denver jail inmate killed july 10 has been identified as william anderson, 4


the denver jail inmate who died monday morning has been identified as 42-year-old william anderson.denver policewilliam anderson mugshot.the cause and manner of death remains unknown, pending an investigation, according to a news release from the denver medical examiner. the denver police department has said it was investigating the death as a homicide.anderson was killed during a fight with another inmate, according to previous reports. other details, including the other inmate’s name, have not been released.anderson was booked into the downtown detention center on july 1 on a failure to appear warrant, according to court records. he was convicted in july 2016 on charges of third-degree assault and possession of a controlled substance. an arrest warrant was issued in april for failing to






geneva hospital standoff ends with jail inmate dead: officials


a standoff involving a kane county jail inmate holding an employee at a geneva hospital hostage ended late saturday afternoon with the inmate dead, officials said.the inmate was taken to northwestern medicine delnor hospital for treatment, said sheriff's spokesman lt. patrick gengler. while there, he grabbed the gun of the kane county correctional officer who was chaperoning him.the hostage situation started about 12:30 p.m., according to geneva police. the standoff--in which the inmate held the gun on a female hospital employee--ended around 5 p.m. with the inmate shot to death by a swat team, gengler said.the inmate was identified as tywon salters, 21, of chicago. he had been held in kane county jail on a charge of possession of a stolen motor vehicle out of elgin, gengler said. jail rec






jail to job: nyc to give jobs to released inmates


new york — neftali thomas diaz swears he's done with rikers island.after being locked up twice at the notorious new york city jail for stealing a credit card and violating parole, diaz entered a private jobs program. once he's back on his feet with a paycheck, diaz says, "i know i'm not ever going back there — ever."new york city is betting that diaz and other low-level offenders like him are right about the salvation in second-chance employment.mayor bill de blasio says the city will spend $10 million a year on a "jails to jobs" initiative that will guarantee all rikers inmates serving sentences of a year or less a chance at short-term employment once they do their time. the jobs will last up to eight weeks, with hourly wages covered by taxpayer money rather than coming out of the pocket






northwestern medicine delnor hospital lockdown


chris sweda / chicago tribunea kane county police officer monitors the scene at northwestern medical delnor hospital on may 13, 2017, during a lockdown after a kane county jail inmate being treated there managed to take a gun from someone inside the facility.a kane county police officer monitors the scene at northwestern medical delnor hospital on may 13, 2017, during a lockdown after a kane county jail inmate being treated there managed to take a gun from someone inside the facility. (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more galleries






violence spiking inside denver’s jails leaves sheriff’s department with question


inmates inside denver’s two jails assaulted each other six times as often in 2016 as they did four years ago, just one indicator that sheriff’s deputies are dealing with more violence on their jobs.last year, the sheriff’s department also recorded more assaults on staff and a higher number of deputies using force against inmates. the department is struggling to figure what is driving the surge amid a jail population that is bursting at the seams and putting pressure on every level of denver’s criminal justice system.“we know assaults are up,” sheriff patrick firman said. “what we’re trying to get our arms around is why is that happening.”andy cross, the denver postin-take area at the van cise-simonet detention center march 1, 2017 in denver.explanations for the rising assault numbers range






armed inmate killed, hostage rescued at illinois hospital


geneva, ill. — officers fatally shot an armed jail inmate who took two nurses hostage at a hospital in northern illinois on saturday, several hours after the inmate stole a gun from the correction's officer guarding him, authorities said.a swat team quickly moved in to northwestern medicine delnor hospital in geneva after negotiations broke down with the inmate saturday afternoon, kane county sheriff's off6ice spokesman patrick gengler said. gengler said one officer shot and killed the inmate, whom he identified as 21-year-old tywon salters.the inmate initially took one female nurse hostage, but she was released at some point during the standoff. salters then took another female nurse hostage, and she was with him when he was shot around 5 p.m., gengler said.the second nurse was "extremely






kane inmate grabs gun, holds geneva hospital employee hostage: cops


a kane county jail inmate being treated at a geneva hospital grabbed the gun of a corrections officer guarding him and took a hospital employee hostage, a kane county sheriff's spokesman said.the inmate, whose name has not been released, was taken to northwestern medicine delnor hospital for treatment, said sheriff's spokesman lt. patrick gengler. while there, he grabbed the gun of the kane county correctional officer who was chaperoning him.the hostage situation started about 12:30 p.m., according to geneva police. the inmate was still holding the gun on a female hospital employee and keeping her hostage about 4 p.m.both inmate and hostage were in a room in the lower level of the hospital, not far from the hospital's emergency treatment area, gengler said. although there was a lockdown at






sheriff who ran la jails faces prison time for impeding fbi


los angeles (ap) — former los angeles sheriff lee baca is relying on a lifetime of public service, letters of support ranging from ex-governors to ex-cons, and his diagnosis of alzheimer’s in a bid friday for probation for obstructing an fbi investigation into abuses at the jails he ran.baca, 74, faces up to 20 years in federal prison when he’s sentenced by a judge who has shown little leniency when it comes to his role atop a department rife with corruption.the lawman who worked his way up from guarding inmates to running the nation’s largest jail system — and largest sheriff’s department — was convicted in march of obstructing justice, conspiring to obstruct justice and lying to federal authorities.baca abruptly resigned in 2014 as the probe netted several underlings who plotted to hide






is san diego county doing enough to prevent suicides in its jails?


one of the sad realities of the criminal justice system is that people who suffer from mental illness — and commit crime — often end up in jail, a less-than-ideal environment for psychiatric healing.in an article i wrote that appeared two weeks ago in the san diego union-tribune, county authorities acknowledged that reality. jail is where many people accused of crimes end up even when a psychiatric hospital might be the better option.sheriff bill gore acknowledged it, too. “there’s something wrong with that,” he said, noting that the men’s central jail in downtown san diego has long been the largest mental health facility in the county.“that shouldn’t be the case,” he said.gore and his staff would likely also agree that inmates who suffer from mental illness shouldn’t die in county jail. b






study: new mexico, georgia had highest jail rates in us


albuquerque, n.m. — new mexico and georgia — two states with some of the nation's largest percentages of minority residents in the united states — had the nation's highest rates of inmates in county jails, according to a report made public wednesday by a non-partisan criminal justice reform group.the study by the massachusetts-based prison policy initiative that lobbies for reducing u.s. jail and prison populations showed that new mexico had a jail incarceration rate of 340.8 per 100,000 residents in 2013 — the latest year of federal data tracking all local jail populations. georgia had the second highest rate that year with 317.3 per 100,000 residents.the study found that pre-trail detentions tripled jail population growth nationwide over since 1978, said joshua aiken, the report's author






at $75,560, housing a prisoner in california now costs more than a year at harva


the cost of imprisoning each of california’s 130,000 inmates is expected to reach a record $75,560 in the next yeara guard watches prisoners being escorted across the yard at san quentin state prison. (mark boster / los angeles times)how much?that’s enough to cover the annual cost of attending harvard university and still have plenty left over for pizza and beergov. jerry brown’s spending plan for the fiscal year that starts july 1 includes a record $11.4 billion for the corrections department while also predicting that there will be 11,500 fewer inmates in four years because voters in november approved earlier releases for many inmates.california state prison in corcoran. (barbara davidson / los angeles times)a pattern continuescost per prisoner has doubled since 2005the price for each in






study: new mexico, georgia had highest jail rates in us


albuquerque, n.m. (ap) — new mexico and georgia — two states with some of the nation’s largest percentages of minority residents in the united states — had the nation’s highest rates of inmates in county jails, according to a report made public wednesday by a non-partisan criminal justice reform group.the study by the massachusetts-based prison policy initiative that lobbies for reducing u.s. jail and prison populations showed that new mexico had a jail incarceration rate of 340.8 per 100,000 residents in 2013 — the latest year of federal data tracking all local jail populations. georgia had the second highest rate that year with 317.3 per 100,000 residents.the study found that pre-trail detentions tripled jail population growth nationwide over since 1978, said joshua aiken, the report’s a






deputy ran and hid after inmate stole weapon, took hostages at hospital: lawsuit


two nurses taken hostage after a kane county inmate escaped his room at northwestern medicine delnor hospital filed suit thursday alleging the corrections deputy assigned to guard tywon salters left him unshackled, then ran and hid after the inmate took the officer's gun.identified only as jane doe 1 and 2, the nurses and their husbands are suing the kane county sheriff's office, apex3 security and corrections deputy shawn loomis in connection with the may 13 hostage situation at the geneva hospital.salters left the hospital room naked and sexually assaulted one of the nurses, who was also struck in the arm by the bullet that killed her captor, attorney sean p. murray said during a thursday news conference. the lawsuit, filed in u.s. district court, seeks compensatory damages, court costs,






deputy ran and hid after inmate stole weapon, took hostages at hospital: lawsuit


two nurses taken hostage after a kane county inmate escaped his room at northwestern medicine delnor hospital filed suit thursday alleging the corrections deputy assigned to guard tywon salters left him unshackled, then ran and hid after the inmate took the officer's gun.identified only as jane doe 1 and 2, the nurses and their husbands are suing the kane county sheriff's office, apex3 security and corrections deputy shawn loomis in connection with the may 13 hostage situation at the geneva hospital.salters left the hospital room naked and sexually assaulted one of the nurses, who was also struck in the arm by the bullet that killed her captor, attorney sean p. murray said during a thursday news conference. the lawsuit, filed in u.s. district court, seeks compensatory damages, court costs,






how to buy samsung's galaxy s8 and galaxy s8 plus


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well, folks, the samsung galaxy s8 and s8 plus are finally here, and boy are they beautiful. featuring top-tier specs, an innovative yet classy design, and features like the all-new bixby digital assistant — the galaxy s8 and s8 plus are the phones to beat for 2017.it makes sense that you would want to get your hands on one for yourself. we’ve created a guide to help you get the new galaxy s8 and galaxy s8 plus as soon as you possibly can.while you could buy the samsung galaxy s8 and galaxy s8 plus unlocked, there are some incentives to getting it straight from your carrier. here are the carriers you can currently get the samsung galaxy s8 from:t-mobilet-mobile offers both the samsung galaxy s8 and the samsung galaxy s8 plus.the samsung galaxy s8 costs $750, or $30 per month for 24 months






trump plans massive increase in federal immigration jails


the trump administration is taking the next step in its push to arrest more undocumented immigrants by expanding jails to house them.        






empty jails hope to cash in on illegal-immigration crackdown


jails and private prisons across the country are weighing their options after the department of homeland security announced in january that it was shopping for more jail space as part of its efforts to secure the border.dallas — several texas counties that are struggling with debt because their jails have few or no prisoners hope to refill those cellblocks with a different kind of inmate: immigrants who have entered the country illegally.the debt dates back to the 1990s and the first decade of the 2000s, when some rural counties were losing employment prospects and population. to bring jobs and money, they built correctional centers with hundreds and sometimes more than a thousand beds that could be used to house inmates from other counties as well as prisoners for the state and federal go






what can $75,560 get you in california? a prison cell


sacramento, calif. — the cost of imprisoning each of california's 130,000 inmates is expected to reach a record $75,560 in the next year, enough to cover the annual cost of attending harvard university and still have plenty left over for pizza and beer.the price for each inmate has doubled since 2005, even as court orders related to overcrowding have reduced the population by about one-quarter. salaries and benefits for prison guards and medical providers drove much of the increase.the result is a per-inmate cost that is the nation's highest and $2,000 above tuition, fees, room and board, and other expenses to attend harvard.gov. jerry brown's spending plan for the fiscal year that starts july 1 includes a record $11.4 billion for the corrections department while also predicting that there






armed inmate killed, hostage rescued at illinois hospital


geneva, ill. — officers fatally shot an armed jail inmate and freed his hostage at hospital in northern illinois on saturday, several hours after the inmate stole a gun from the correction's officer guarding him, authorities said.a swat team quickly moved in to northwestern medicine delnor hospital in geneva after negotiations broke down with the inmate saturday afternoon, kane county sheriff's office spokesman patrick gengler said. gengler said one officer shot and killed the inmate, whom he identified as 21-year-old tywon salters.the female hostage was "extremely emotional and upset" following the shooting, but appeared to be physically ok, gengler said. she was quickly taken to another room in the hospital.the standoff began around 12:30 p.m., when the inmate snatched a gun from a corre






what can $75,560 get you in california? a prison cell


sacramento, calif. (ap) — the cost of imprisoning each of california’s 130,000 inmates is expected to reach a record $75,560 in the next year, enough to cover the annual cost of attending harvard university and still have plenty left over for pizza and beer.the price for each inmate has doubled since 2005, even as court orders related to overcrowding have reduced the population by about one-quarter. salaries and benefits for prison guards and medical providers drove much of the increase.the result is a per-inmate cost that is the nation’s highest and $2,000 above tuition, fees, room and board, and other expenses to attend harvard.gov. jerry brown’s spending plan for the fiscal year that starts july 1 includes a record $11.4 billion for the corrections department while also predicting that






what can $75,560 get you in california? a prison cell – the denver post


sacramento, calif. — the cost of imprisoning each of california’s 130,000 inmates is expected to reach a record $75,560 in the next year, enough to cover the annual cost of attending harvard university and still have plenty left over for pizza and beer.the price for each inmate has doubled since 2005, even as court orders related to overcrowding have reduced the population by about one-quarter. salaries and benefits for prison guards and medical providers drove much of the increase.the result is a per-inmate cost that is the nation’s highest and $2,000 above tuition, fees, room and board, and other expenses to attend harvard.gov. jerry brown’s spending plan for the fiscal year that starts july 1 includes a record $11.4 billion for the corrections department while also predicting that there






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rotary jails: the best worst invention ever


rotary jails were supposed to minimize the need for guards while maximizing space for criminals. unfortunately it wound up with limbs being ripped from their sockets.full story at youtube.more great engineering. posted by josh urich






jury awards $6.7m to inmate raped by guard, shackled during childbirth


the former inmate, who was pregnant when she arrived in jail, had been repeatedly raped by a guard while an inmate at milwaukee county jail.        






ice targets jails to find undocumented immigrants, even if they haven't been con


county jails sometimes work with federal agents to get undocumented immigrants deported for nonviolent crimes.        






defense grills former inmate who heard screaming


san jose — defense lawyers for three santa clara county jail guards charged with fatally beating of a mentally ill inmate  grilled a key prosecution witness monday about his extensive criminal history and motives for testifying.“you’ve spent 11 of your 33 years behind bars, haven’t you?” said guard rafael rodriguez’s defense attorney matt pavone of former inmate juan perez, after listing his criminal convictions.perez, the first inmate witness to take the stand in the closely watched murder trial, is a former sureno gang member who has been convicted of two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, four counts of felony gun possession, threatening a witness, making criminal threats and returning to the united states after being deported.last week, he testified he had a partial view into tyre






two cases of hepatitis a linked to santa clara county jails


san jose — as other parts of the state contend with a surge in cases of hepatitis a, santa clara county officials are investigating how a jail inmate and staff member contracted the disease.the last time a case was reported in the jails was 2012, said dr. sara cody, the county’s health officer.the case involving the inmate was reported to the county public health department at the end of august, and on tuesday, the agency received word that a jail staff member also had contracted the disease. officials would not say in what capacity the staff member worked.cody said it wasn’t clear if the cases were connected.“however, because hepatitis a can be spread from person to person, we have really leaned in and are mounting an effort to prevent any further cases through vaccination of staff and in






northwestern could cash in on first ncaa tournament bid, 'reawaken' alumni


setting: a supermarkettime: one hour after northwestern is selected for the first time to play in the ncaa men's basketball tournamentcharacters: two men (strangers) dressed in northwestern purple, pushing their cartsthe men see each other from afar in the soup aisle. they nod proudly and exchange... (michael lev)






prosecutors: los angeles county sheriff obstructed fbi probe


los angeles — prosecutors said monday there is direct evidence showing that los angeles county sheriff lee baca obstructed an fbi investigation into corruption at the county jails and that he lied several times to federal authorities in order to thwart the civil rights probe.following nearly two weeks of testimony, lawyers for both sides presented their closing arguments to jurors in the federal corruption trial of baca.the defense argument was ongoing and expected to last several hours.baca, 74, is accused of obstructing justice and lying to investigators in what federal prosecutors have said was an attempt to stymie an fbi probe into guards who savagely beat inmates in the jails run by baca and deputies who smuggled contraband to prisoners.if convicted, baca, who has early stage alzheime






california inmate firefighter killed in line of duty


los angeles (reuters) – one of thousands of prison inmate volunteers trained to fight wildfires in california was killed by a falling tree in the far northwestern corner of the state, marking the fourth such fatality in 60 years, state corrections officials said on thursday.matthew beck, 26, who had been serving a six-year sentence for burglary and was due to be paroled in october, was leading a crew in clearing brush to contain a fire in the hoopa valley area of del norte county on wednesday. he was struck by a tall, uprooted tree and suffered fatal head, neck and back injuries, officials said.he died before he could be evacuated from the remote area, the state corrections department said.beck was one of roughly 3,900 specially trained prison inmates, all volunteers and all non-violent of






arizona sheriff to shut down famed tent city jails complex


phoenix — the new sheriff of metro phoenix announced tuesday that he's closing down a complex of jail tents that helped make his predecessor, joe arpaio, a national law enforcement figure.the decision by sheriff paul penzone to close the 24-year-old tent city complex will undo a critical piece of arpaio's political legacy. he is already phasing out arpaio's signature practice of making inmates wear pink underwear."this facility became more of a circus atmosphere for the general public. starting today, that circus ends," said penzone, who plans to move half of tent city's inmates to other jails within 45 to 60 days and complete the closure within six months.despite the complex's reputation for being a miserable place to serve time, penzone said most inmates preferred the outdoor setting ove






hennepin county sheriff disputes inclusion on ice inmate noncompliance list


demanding an apology from immigration officials, hennepin county sheriff rich stanek on thursday disputed why his agency was listed on the first federal report publicizing jails that routinely deny requests to hold detainees.the weekly reports, a new requirement under president donald trump’s executive order on immigration enforcement, list immigrants released after federal immigration officials asked that they be held until immigration and customs enforcement (ice) could take them into custody. the reports specify nationalities as well as charges or convictions, but not names.the declined detainer outcome report, released monday, listed two mexico natives arrested by minneapolis police on feb. 1 on drug and weapons offenses. the next day, ice agents sent the jail a detainee hold. but in 2






nasa apollo 1 fire memorial


today nasa's kennedy space center held a memorial service event to recall the 50th anniversary of the apollo 1 fire that killed astronauts gus grissom, ed white, ii and roger chaffee. the service comes as nasa recalls its three fatal space accidents, and the lives of all nasa family members lost in the agency's service. urday (jan. 28) will mark the 31st anniversary of the 1986 challenger shuttle accident that killed seven astronauts, and wednesday (feb. 1) will mark the 14th anniversary of the 2003 columbia shuttle disaster, in which seven astronauts were also killed. the agency also is paying tribute to its fallen astronauts with special online content at: http://www.nasa.gov/dor2017from nasa: nasa will honor members of the nasa family, including the crews of apollo 1 and space shuttles