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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Boneless Chick From Now Own

Blogger Comments:  Oh! If only Ana had worked this hard to keep the public informed over the past 6 years.  Now back to the rest of the story.  Ana made an ingenious statement to the press.  "I've always said that if they would use as much talent, ingenuity and efforts they have outside prison, they would all be engineers. It's amazing what they can do with very crude instruments," Franklin said. 

We have always said that if Ana had used her talent, ingenuity, and efforts to serve the public, the Morgan County Sheriffs Office, and the employees of the sheriff's department instead of investing inmate food funds in Ponzi schemes she wouldn't be headed to prison herself.  Better hold on to that bone Ana.  You may need it.

Jail shakedown reveals weaponized chicken bone, 'jail julep'

    Jimmy Mansell
  • By Anna Beahm Staff Writer
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  • Sharpened chicken bone
A search of the living areas of the Morgan County Jail uncovered makeshift weapons, including a weaponized chicken bone, and contraband, leading to the arrest of one inmate, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Detention deputies found a sharpened chicken bone, sharpened metal and "jail julep" — a fermented alcoholic liquid made from food products reserved after meals — during the search, Sheriff Ana Franklin said Friday.
Jimmy Mansell, an inmate being held awaiting trial on felony drug charges, became unruly during the search Thursday and damaged two sprinkler heads, causing the cell block to flood, Franklin said. Mansell will be charged with two felonies for damaging jail property, she said.
There is an ongoing investigation into the sharpened chicken bone weapon, which Franklin said posed a threat to the safety of the facility. Felony charges are also likely to come out of the discovery of the sharp metal object, she said.
"I've always said that if they would use as much talent, ingenuity and efforts they have outside prison, they would all be engineers. It's amazing what they can do with very crude instruments," Franklin said. 
No inmates or detention deputies were harmed during the operation and no further incident occurred, she said.
Detention deputies perform daily searches, but full shakedowns occur only after another inmate, trustee or other informant provides information about prison contraband, she said. 
"Further charges and administrative disciplinary actions will be taken" as a result of the operation, she said.
Some of those disciplinary actions may include removing inmates' privileges or additional charges, Franklin said. 
anna.beahm@decaturdaily.com or 256-340-2446.

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