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Jerome Thompson, the 52-year-old inmate, jumped from the general housing pod Wednesday night around 10:30 p.m. the sheriff’s office said in a release.
The inmate, who’s name was withheld pending family notifications, was found distressed and unresponsive about 10 p.m., San Diego County sheriff’s homicide Lt.
Hardiman also wrote an important opinion that upheld the power of jailers to strip-search all new inmates, even those being held briefly for failing to pay a fine who do not appear to a pose a security risk.
Graterford’s staff of around 1,000 corrections officers and other state workers, plus inmates, families and other prison visitors have described the move as a stressful time.
The inmate, who was 27 years old, died just before noon Thursday.
Karjala also gave drugs to another inmate, who is identified only by initials J.B, to smuggle inside the jail, federal prosecutors said.
Perez-Cordova had been sharing a cell with another inmate, Edwin Lorenzo Sanchez, 23, for about a month at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Bernalillo County, New Mexico.
The movement has seen a groundswell of support for measures like repealing the tampon tax and making sure menstrual products are affordable and available to school kids, inmates, and homeless period-havers alike.
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: a person who is kept in a prison or mental hospital
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