Jerome County Jail Will Fail Inspection Again
As we reported yesterday, a vote to build a new jail has been delayed until next May in Jerome County. Jerome County Sheriff Doug Mcfall says the jail is going to fail yet another inspection.
The problems with the jail include outdated toilets dating back to the old Idaho penitentiary, one way glass that was installed backwards in an isolation cell, and a lot of other problems. The jail bond vote is set to take place in May. There are about ten jails around the state that have failed their last three inspections.