Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Carter County Youth Jail "Lock-In" This Weekend
Two hundred Carter County youth will be locked up this weekend for a good cause. Carter County Sheriff Chris Mathes is hosting a jail “lock-in” between 6 PM and midnight Saturday at the County’s new jail. Mathes hopes this lock in will give the 7th through 12th grade participants an idea of what it feels like to be locked up and discourage them from participating in criminal activities. The “lock-in” will also serve as a last training exercise for jail staff before inmates from Carter County’s old jail relocate to the new facility. (ha)

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