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  • Lake County Jail prepared for teen with gunshot wound, multiple fractures

    Lake County Jail prepared for teen with gunshot wound, multiple fractures
    Ronald Maas was in the midst of a high-speed police chase that left him seriously injured when he vowed to a younger passenger that he would not go to jail, according to a police report. Following days of hospital treatment for a gunshot wound and...
  • Undercover investigator sneaks $22,000 of contraband into NYC jail

    Undercover investigator sneaks $22,000 of contraband into NYC jail
    An undercover investigator posing as a New York City corrections officer was able to sneak $22,000 worth of contraband into the troubled Rikers Island jail complex, officials said on Thursday. The report is the latest in a spate of problems at Rikers...
  • DOC: Prison Workers On Leave; Failed To Properly Handle Inmate's Medical Needs

    DOC: Prison Workers On Leave; Failed To Properly Handle Inmate's Medical Needs
    EAST LYME — Six prison workers have been placed on leave after their actions were found to be contrary to a prisoner's health, a correction spokesman said. The incidents involved four Department of Correction workers, plus two contractual health...
  • Easton man who sexually assaulted girl, 13, spared state prison

    Easton man who sexually assaulted girl, 13, spared state prison
    An Easton man who sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl after smoking marijuana with her was spared state prison Friday at sentencing. Danny J. Bowers, 21, will serve nine to 18 months in county jail, after his defense attorney and the case's...
  • Prop. 47 jolts landscape of California justice system

    Prop. 47 jolts landscape of California justice system
    Los Angeles County Public Defender Ron Brown walked into a Pomona court Wednesday and saw first-hand the impact of Proposition 47 — the voter-approved initiative that reduces penalties for drug possession and other nonviolent crimes. His office...
  • Don't lose state's momentum treating heroin

    Don't lose state's momentum treating heroin
    Once largely relegated to Baltimore City, heroin use and its related adverse consequences are spreading to every part of the state, and an increasing number of Maryland's citizens are dying of heroin overdoses. This shift reflects national trends...
  • CT Supreme Court To Hear Unusual Case Of Man Acquitted As Insane Who Now Is In Prison For Violence At Hospital

    CT Supreme Court To Hear Unusual Case Of Man Acquitted As Insane Who Now Is In Prison For Violence At Hospital
    HARTFORD — A legally insane man locked up in prison following arrests in connection with violent assaults at the state's maximum security hospital where he had been committed is taking his fight to remain at the hospital to Connecticut's highest...
  • Man fatally stabbed on Near North Side identified

    Man fatally stabbed on Near North Side identified
    A 29-year-old man who was fatally stabbed over the weekend on the Near North Side has been identified, authorities said. About 2:20 a.m. Sunday, police officers responded to a call in the 800 block of North Orleans Street and found a man lying...
  • Prop. 47 leaves future of California inmate fire crews uncertain

    Prop. 47 leaves future of California inmate fire crews uncertain
    William Winegardner strode confidently near the head of the line of the Glen Helen 1 hand crew this summer as his team wrapped up a five-mile hike on a scorching day in San Bernardino. The sun beat on his back and sweat ran down his body like tiny rivers....
  • Less for the state pen, more for Penn State

    Less for the state pen, more for Penn State
    A few years ago, I asked the president of Pennsylvania State University what he saw as his number one leadership challenge. He replied, "It's like Groundhog Day: every year I go to the state capital and ask them to stop sending so much money to the...
  • Goodman seeks release from jail during appeal

    Wellington polo club founder John Goodman, convicted last month of DUI manslaughter for a second time, now wants to be freed from Palm Beach County Jail while he appeals the verdict. Attorneys for Goodman, 51, on Wednesday asked Chief Circuit Judge...