By Prison Legal News
Prisoners at the Delaware County Jail are adjusting to frosted windows in their cells, which let sunlight in but prevent unauthorized communication with the outside world. The windows have been a source of concern in the decades since the jail was built, because prisoners sometimes expose themselves or make obscene gestures to passersby on the street. Delaware County Jail Sheriff Mike Scroggins told reporters on September 3, 2013 that the “fix,” a coating of paint applied to the windows, had cost around $91.
Published Jun 9, 2014 by Christopher Zoukis, JD, MBA | Last Updated by Christopher Zoukis, JD, MBA on Oct 24, 2021 at 10:21 am