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  • St. Clair County Jail superintendent discusses overcrowding issues

    St. Clair County IL Jail Superintendent Phillip McLaurin discusses overcrowding issues that the jail faces as well as broken equipment and lawsuits over the living conditions inmates face in the facility. St. Clair County voters in southern Illinois near St. Louis, MO will decide in the April 2017 election whether to increase the sales tax by 1 percent for public safety.

St. Clair County Jail superintendent discusses overcrowding issues

St. Clair County IL Jail Superintendent Phillip McLaurin discusses overcrowding issues that the jail faces as well as broken equipment and lawsuits over the living conditions inmates face in the facility. St. Clair County voters in southern Illinois near St. Louis, MO will decide in the April 2017 election whether to increase the sales tax by 1 percent for public safety.
Steve Nagy snagy@bnd.com