PHILADELPHIA – State prisoners will be removed from the Neshoba County jail under a federal judge's order to reduce the numbers of inmates in local lockup

NESHOBA COUNTY
State inmates
leaving jail
n PHILADELPHIA – State prisoners will be removed from the Neshoba County jail under a federal judge’s order to reduce the numbers of inmates in local lockup.
Sheriff Donnie Adkins told the board of supervisors this year that the federal judge found the jail population, at times, exceeded its court ordered capacity of 58.
Ronald Welch, a prisoners rights attorney, said Neshoba County’s jail population exceeded 58 on 19 of 28 days in February.
The jail had been approved for 10 state inmates.
HINDS COUNTY
Man accused of
forcing break-ins
n JACKSON – A Jackson man has been jailed on allegations of that he forced his two nephews to break into homes by threatening them with a paddle and dog chain.
Authorities say the two boys have been placed with the state Department of Human Services.
Hinds County sheriff’s deputies arrested 39-year-old Vincent Bracey on Friday after an investigation into several residential burglaries. He’s charged with felony house burglary and causing minors to commit a felony.
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