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2023.06.09 05:11 Turbulent-Cow2886 Resume advice

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2023.06.09 04:53 LordPizzaParty Fantasy Pitch: The '90s Character Actor Cinematic Universe

Weary small town Sheriff Barry Corbin travels to Los Angeles to track missing person Fairuza Balk. His LAPD contact, Keith David, doesn't want anything to do with this shit so he pairs him with his least favorite detective — Taylor Negron, a stooge who cracked a theft ring but has never even drawn his weapon. Negron provides comic relief with lines like "I don't like the looks of that guy!" and "Dammit Barry Corbin you're gonna get me killed!"
Their only lead is Fairuza's last known contact: supermarket manager Kurt Fuller, who says she applied for a job as an overnight stocker but never came in for her interview. He insists that he doesn't know anything else. Later that night Fuller is murdered while stacking soup cans by icy hitman Peter Greene.
A chance meeting (or is it?) with bartender and disgraced ex-cop John Kapelos takes them into a vast underworld conspiracy involving, I don't know, drug smuggling and real estate, orchestrated by ruthless industrialist Christopher McDonald.
Kapelos leads the boys to a warehouse owned by one of McDonald's shell corporations, where he insists they'll find Fairuza. Instead, it's filled with bootleg Sony Discmans and Corbin realizes he's been played. "One thing I learned in all my years as a cop?" Kapelos says, lazily pointing an uzi at Corbin. "You can't stop what's already coming." Looks like it's curtains for Barry Corbin! But Taylor Negron dispatches Kapelos with three shots from his service revolver.
Amid some climactic mayhem in McDonald's slick corporate office, Peter Greene sees an opportunity to escape, snorts a line and stuffs his pockets with cash, but is shot and killed by an unseen assailant. Christopher McDonald blows up somehow.
They rescue Fairuza and prevent a scheme (or do they?) that would have rattled the city to its core. They're personally thanked by Mayor Beth Grant, and Keith David begrudgingly shows a little respect to Taylor Negron.
Post-credits scene: a man reads the newspaper at his desk in his opulent office. He's angry about his lost merchandise and that he'll now have to find a new puppet for his sinister plans. He lowers the paper and reveals himself... Robert Davi! He inhales sharply before his hard, scowling face turns to a menacing grin. "A minor setback. One thing though," he says to a person just out of frame. "This hayseed Sheriff... take care of him." Cut to Miguel Ferrer, who nods silently, dons his leather blazer and leaves the room.
Also Dan Hedaya cameos as a hot dog vendor.
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2023.06.09 04:43 eharper9 Local cool guy.

Local cool guy.
Humboldt county is full of cool guys.
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2023.06.09 03:47 CanOfCorn308 EMD is a liability?

This just in: EMD is a greater liability than prioritizing back pain over seizures! Not really, but I have to rant on this. I work for a small county service, usually at most there’s 3 trucks in the county unless there’s a big festival or a rodeo or something that they’re willing to pay a 4th crew a couple hours for. We report directly to the county commissioners and requests funding and assets from them. Our director has been practically begging them to roll out EMD mandates for both dispatch centers in the county, but the commissioners claim EMD is a “liability”. Each dispatch center is only ever manned by 1 person at a time and has a full staff of maybe 4-5 each, so it’s not like rolling out EMD would be a major expense, but the commissioners (who have not a damn clue about EMS) think it’s “not worth the risk.” Wanna take about risk? How about only 2 trucks in the county, sending truck A to what should be a low priority back pain call with an onset of several weeks, and sending truck B to a frequent flier with “chest pain”. Not just that, but sending those 2 trucks out, and not even bothering to dispatch the 20 minute status-epilepticus OR the syncope+chest pain calls. Yes, they didn’t even dispatch them. EMD is a liability? That seizure patient is now on a vent as a stat transfer over state lines, and that 3rd degree heart block barely made it to a cardiac facility. How’s that for liability. “But OP, can’t you just reroute to the other calls.” Well I could if they actually dispatched them instead of assuming we’re tied up and won’t take them, but ALSO the last time my partner and I diverted a call, which was from an IFT to a witnessed cardiac arrest, commissioners threatened ours jobs, because it was one of their family members needing transferred for a damn GI consult. I hate to sound harsh and unethical, but I can’t wait until it’s one of the bosses family members fighting for their life and I get to explain to them why I was sent for a lift assist rather than their dying family member.
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2023.06.09 03:31 v4leriee In 1991, a woman discovered a partial human skull while walking through the woods near her home: who is Mt. Jewett Jane Doe?

This is my first post here, so I apologize for any errors. I discovered this Jane Doe in the Namus Database and while information regarding her is little, I thought posting it here could shed some light on her case.
In the fall of 1991, a woman hiking through the woods by her home near Mount Jewett in McKean County, Pennsylvania discovered a skull cap. Concerned it may be of human origin, she handed it over to the authorities.
This skull was transferred to the anthropology department of the University of Pittsburgh in Bradford for further research. Researchers confirmed that this was indeed a human skull cap. The skull was determined to be one of a white female that was 15-30 years old. They also found there to be a fracture. This skull was additionally examined by anthropologists at Mercyhurst College in Erie, where researchers determined the fracture was likely that of a gunshot wound, indicating some form of foul play.
In the spring of 1992, a search was done by the Pennsylvania State Police with the help of Cattaraugus County Sheriff's Department in New York to find additional remains, but none were located.
In 2016, an updated range for her time of death was provided, which stated that the skull cap had been there for more than 2 years, but likely less than 30, meaning this Jane Doe could have possibly died from some time in 1961 to 1989. That same year, her DNA was submitted into CODIS, but no matches were found.
There are a lot of questions with little answers to be found. Hopefully someday, her DNA is eventually matched to somebody, but only time will tell. From what I can tell, there are no rule-outs as to who she may be.
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2023.06.09 02:25 NickelPlatedEmperor Ishi (c1861 – March 25, 1916) was the last known member of the Native American Yahi people from the present-day state of California in the United States.

Ishi (c1861 – March 25, 1916) was the last known member of the Native American Yahi people from the present-day state of California in the United States.
Ishi (c1861 – March 25, 1916) was the last known member of the Native American Yahi people from the present-day state of California in the United States. The rest of the Yahi (as well as many members of their parent tribe, the Yana) were killed in the California genocide in the 19th century. Ishi, who was widely acclaimed as the "last wild Indian" in the United States, lived most of his life isolated from modern North American culture. In 1911, aged 50, he emerged at a barn and corral, 2 mi (3.2 km) from downtown Oroville, California.
Ishi, which means "man" in the Yana language, is an adopted name. The anthropologist Alfred Kroeber gave him this name because, in the Yahi culture, tradition demanded that he not speak his own name until formally introduced by another Yahi. When asked his name, he said: "I have none, because there were no people to name me," meaning that there was no other Yahi to speak his name on his behalf.
Ishi was taken in by anthropologists at the University of California, Berkeley, who both studied him and hired him as a janitor. He lived most of his remaining five years in a university building in San Francisco. His life was depicted and discussed in multiple films and books, notably the biographical account Ishi in Two Worlds published by Theodora Kroeber in 1961.
𝐄𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐲 𝐥𝐢𝐟𝐞
In 1865, Ishi and his family were attacked in the Three Knolls Massacre, in which 40 of their tribesmen were killed. Although 33 Yahi survived to escape, cattlemen killed about half of the survivors. The last survivors, including Ishi and his family, went into hiding for the next 44 years. Their tribe was popularly believed to be extinct. Prior to the California Gold Rush of 1848–1855, the Yahi population numbered 404 in California, but the total Yana in the larger region numbered 2,997.
The gold rush brought tens of thousands of miners and settlers to northern California, putting pressure on native populations. Gold mining damaged water supplies and killed fish; the deer left the area. The settlers brought new infectious diseases such as smallpox and measles. The northern Yana group became extinct while the central and southern groups (who later became part of Redding Rancheria) and Yahi populations dropped dramatically. Searching for food, they came into conflict with settlers, who set bounties of 50 cents per scalp and 5 dollars per head on the natives. In 1865, the settlers attacked the Yahi while they were still asleep.
𝐑𝐢𝐜𝐡𝐚𝐫𝐝 𝐁𝐮𝐫𝐫𝐢𝐥𝐥 𝐰𝐫𝐨𝐭𝐞, 𝐢𝐧 𝐈𝐬𝐡𝐢 𝐑𝐞𝐝𝐢𝐬𝐜𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐞𝐝:
"In 1865, near the Yahi's special place, Black Rock, the waters of Mill Creek turned red at the Three Knolls Massacre. 'Sixteen' or 'seventeen' Indian fighters killed about forty Yahi, as part of a retaliatory attack for two white women and a man killed at the Workman's household on Lower Concow Creek near Oroville. Eleven of the Indian fighters that day were Robert A. Anderson, Harmon (Hi) Good, Sim Moak, Hardy Thomasson, Jack Houser, Henry Curtis, his brother Frank Curtis, as well as Tom Gore, Bill Matthews, and William Merithew. W. J. Seagraves visited the site, too, but some time after the battle had been fought.
Robert Anderson wrote, "Into the stream they leapt, but few got out alive. Instead many dead bodies floated down the rapid current." One captive Indian woman named Mariah from Big Meadows (Lake Almanor today), was one of those who did escape. The Three Knolls massacre is also described in Theodora Kroeber's Ishi in Two Worlds.
Since then more has been learned. It is estimated that with this massacre, Ishi's entire cultural group, the Yana/Yahi, may have been reduced to about sixty individuals. From 1859 to 1911, Ishi's remote band became more and more infiltrated by non-Yahi Indian representatives, such as Wintun, Nomlaki, and Pit River individuals.
In 1879, the federal government started Indian boarding schools in California. Some men from the reservations became renegades in the hills. Volunteers among the settlers and military troops carried out additional campaigns against the northern California Indian tribes during that period.
In late 1908, a group of surveyors came across the camp inhabited by two men, a middle-aged woman, and an elderly woman. These were Ishi, his uncle, his younger sister, and his mother, respectively. The former three fled while the latter hid in blankets to avoid detection, as she was sick and unable to flee. The surveyors ransacked the camp, and Ishi's mother died soon after his return. His sister and uncle never returned, possibly drowning in a nearby river.
𝐀𝐫𝐫𝐢𝐯𝐚𝐥 𝐢𝐧𝐭𝐨 𝐄𝐮𝐫𝐨𝐩𝐞𝐚𝐧 𝐀𝐦𝐞𝐫𝐢𝐜𝐚𝐧 𝐒𝐨𝐜𝐢𝐞𝐭𝐲
After the 1908 encounter, Ishi spent three more years alone in the wilderness. Starving and with nowhere to go, Ishi, at around the age of 50, emerged on August 29, 1911, at the Charles Ward slaughterhouse back corral near Oroville, California, after forest fires in the area. He was found pre-sunset by Floyd Hefner, son of the next-door dairy owner (who was in town), who was "hanging out", and who went to harness the horses to the wagon for the ride back to Oroville, for the workers and meat deliveries. Witnessing slaughterhouse workers included Lewis "Diamond Dick" Cassings, a "drugstore cowboy". Later, after Sheriff J.B. Webber arrived, the Sheriff directed Adolph Kessler, a nineteen-year-old slaughterhouse worker, to handcuff Ishi, who smiled and complied.
The "wild man" caught the imagination and attention of thousands of onlookers and curiosity seekers. University of California, Berkeley anthropology professors read about him and "brought him" to the Affiliated Colleges Museum (1903—1931), in an old law school building on the University of California's Affiliated Colleges campus on Parnassus Heights, San Francisco. Studied at the university, Ishi also worked as a janitor and lived at the museum for most of the remaining five years of his life.
In October 1911, Ishi, Sam Batwi, T. T. Waterman, and A. L. Kroeber, went to the Orpheum Opera House in San Francisco to see Lily Lena (Alice Mary Ann Mathilda Archer, born 1877) the "London Songbird," known for "kaleidoscopic" costume changes. Lena gave Ishi a piece of gum as a token.
On May 13, 1914, Ishi, T. T. Waterman, A.L. Kroeber, Dr Saxton Pope, and Saxton Pope Jr. (11 years old), took Southern Pacific's Cascade Limited overnight train, from the Oakland Mole and Pier to Vina, California, on a trek in the homelands of the Deer Creek area of Tehama county, researching and mapping for the University of California, fleeing on May 30, 1914, during the Lassen Peak volcano eruption.
T.T. Waterman and A.L. Kroeber, director of the museum, studied Ishi closely over the years and interviewed him at length in an effort to reconstruct Yahi culture. He described family units, naming patterns, and the ceremonies that he knew. Many traditions had already been lost when he was growing up, as there were few older survivors in his group. He identified material items and showed the techniques by which they were made.
In February 1915, during Panama–Pacific International Exposition, Ishi was filmed in the Sutro Forest with the actress Grace Darling for Hearst-Selig News Pictorial, No. 30.
Lacking acquired immunity to common diseases, Ishi was often ill. He was treated by Saxton T. Pope, a professor of medicine at UCSF. Pope became a close friend of Ishi and learned from him how to make bows and arrows in the Yahi way. He and Ishi often hunted together. Ishi died of tuberculosis on March 25, 1916. It is said that his last words were, "You stay. I go." His friends at the university tried to prevent an autopsy on Ishi's body since Yahi tradition called for the body to remain intact. However, the doctors at the University of California medical school performed an autopsy before Waterman could prevent it.
Ishi's brain was preserved and his body was cremated. His friends placed grave goods with his remains before cremation: "one of his bows, five arrows, a basket of acorn meal, a box full of shell bead money, a purse full of tobacco, three rings, and some obsidian flakes." Ishi's remains were interred at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Colma, California, near San Francisco. Kroeber put Ishi's preserved brain in a deerskin-wrapped Pueblo Indian pottery jar and sent it to the Smithsonian Institution in 1917. It was held there until August 10, 2000, when the Smithsonian repatriated it to the descendants of the Redding Rancheria and Pit River tribes. This was in accordance with the National Museum of the American Indian Act of 1989 (NMAI). According to Robert Fri, director of the National Museum of Natural History, "Contrary to commonly-held belief, Ishi was not the last of his kind. In carrying out the repatriation process, we learned that as a Yahi–Yana Indian his closest living descendants are the Yana people of northern California." His remains were also returned from Colma, and the tribal members intended to bury them in a secret place.
(𝐈𝐦𝐚𝐠𝐞: 𝐈𝐬𝐡𝐢, 𝐃𝐞𝐞𝐫 𝐂𝐫𝐞𝐞𝐤 𝐈𝐧𝐝𝐢𝐚𝐧 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐖𝐢𝐥𝐝 𝐌𝐚𝐧)
(𝐒𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐜𝐞: 𝐈𝐬𝐡𝐢 𝐢𝐧 𝐓𝐰𝐨 𝐖𝐨𝐫𝐥𝐝𝐬: 𝐀 𝐁𝐢𝐨𝐠𝐫𝐚𝐩𝐡𝐲 𝐨𝐟 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐋𝐚𝐬𝐭 𝐖𝐢𝐥𝐝 𝐈𝐧𝐝𝐢𝐚𝐧 𝐢𝐧 𝐍𝐨𝐫𝐭𝐡 𝐀𝐦𝐞𝐫𝐢𝐜𝐚 & 𝐖𝐢𝐤𝐢)
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2023.06.09 02:16 7ofJanuary Resume advice

Any improvements or changes to be made? Open to any and all suggestions.
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2023.06.09 02:03 WardBinnFeats my dad is the county sheriff and he beats me when he drinks

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2023.06.09 01:39 toooldfordrag NOT TRANSGENDER: Female Youth Pastor/Principal in Blaine WA accused of molesting 3 girls and 1 boy.

A Blaine mother of six who is a former teacher and currently a candidate for the local School Board was arrested Friday, June 2, and charged with three counts of child rape, four counts of child sexual assault and drug possession.
Tana Perkins Reneau, 51, was arrested by Whatcom County sheriff’s deputies after detectives for the department investigated a Child Protective Services report regarding the abuse of juveniles, according to Deb Slater, a spokeswoman for the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office.

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2023.06.09 01:00 News-Flunky Bexar County sheriff files criminal charges over DeSantis’ migrant flight

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2023.06.09 00:15 LitchLitch Snohomish sheriff excessive force settlement

Adam Fortney is running for sheriff again, it is important that you vote against him or we are going to see more police brutality and pay for more settlements.
We have just agreed to pay the Dold family over one and a half million dollars because they needlessly escalated a situation where a mother called for help for her son and the Snohomish Sheriff department came and tortured him to death.
Alexander Dold was a 29 year old guy living with schizophrenia at his mom's house out in Gold Bar in 2017. He and his mom got into and argument and she fell while they were struggling over a phone. He went out to cool off and she called the county dept of mental health to try to get someone to evaluate her son but they said he wasn't violent enough to warrant such and eval and told her to call the cops.
When he came back she called 911 to try get them to take him to a hospital and told them he was calm and co-operative. Dispatch turned that into a domestic dispute with a guy who was off his meds and came prepared to shock and awe.
They shoved their way into the house and tried to grab him and handcuff him but he didn't comply. Five deputies were involved beating him with batons, punching him in the face and bending his fingers back until they dislocated. They tased him five times and choked him to unconsciousness twice. He never woke up from the second time.
The main instigating deputy, Bryson McGee had killed another man the same way a few years earlier (coating us $600k). He was never disciplined. When he killed Mr. Dold he was allowed to resign rather than face any repercussion for this execution either.
But apparently when your sheriff is so corrupt he lets bad deputies stay on the force it costs us, the people paying taxes here, quite a bit of money
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2023.06.08 23:55 Cultural-Law-9366 4 fatal overdoses in 5 days prompt Washington County sheriff to warn of ‘bad batch’ of fentanyl on street

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2023.06.08 23:42 hatedalakers44 No idea how to feel about this lineup. Recommendations?

No idea how to feel about this lineup. Recommendations?
I haven’t been to a festival since Northern nights 2019. I know all of the headliners and Dr. Fresch is my favorite DJ, but I have no idea who I ought to catch outside of the big names. Any suggestions?
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2023.06.08 23:33 Whey-Men Texas - Lawsuit claims Bexar County Sheriff’s Office deputies use baseless traffic stops to conduct illegal searches. A Houston man found himself in the back of a squad car for about an hour while deputies dug through his truck.

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2023.06.08 23:06 lil_cocktailsausage sweet jesus

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2023.06.08 22:51 Interesting-Base-410 Ypsi township okays fireworks show on the one day it really shouldn’t.

Ypsi township okays fireworks show on the one day it really shouldn’t.
EGLE issues an Ozone Action Day, the washtenaw county health department urges folks to be careful with the terrible air quality, washtenaw sheriff department warns us of an extreme fire danger across the county. What does ypsilanti township do? Okays a professional fireworks show at Eaglecrest today. They took into account the fire hazard, but not the air pollution that comes with it. Do better ypsi township.
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2023.06.08 22:31 RadioPimp *Warning* Pellet Rifle Death

PSA—be careful where you display your air rifles guys.
Guadalupe, Arizona - On May 19, 2023, around 9:40 p.m. two deputies with Maricopa County Sheriff's Office were monitoring the area near Calle Guadalupe and the Highline Canal when they saw a suspicious individual armed with a rifle. Deputies approached the man, later identified as 42-year-old Tomas Ramirez-Martinez. The deputies instructed Ramirez-Martinez, who said he didn't speak English, to drop the weapon in his hands. Ramirez-Martinez instead raised the weapons and moved away from the deputies. Deputies then opened fire on Ramirez-Martinez, striking him numerous times. Ramirez-Martinez was transferred to the hospital for treatment of his injuries and was pronounced dead there. The weapon Ramirez-Martinez was holding was found to be a pellet rifle by authorities.
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2023.06.08 22:31 FixYourOwnStates DISNEY cast member Paul Viel, 40 yrs old ARRESTED on 540 counts of CSAM, ranging from newborns to eight-year-olds. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd spoke about the "horrific" images. #PedophileDeservesDeath

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2023.06.08 22:17 ObviousThrowaway3_27 I Killed a Man

I was once driving down the highway late at night(this happened at exactly 3:27, I know this because I replay the entire event in my head almost every day). I had been driving home from college after a summer semester and I was dead tired after not having slept so great the night before. I was coming up on a car on their left, passed them, and proceeded to merge back over right. Little did I realize, but I merged inches in front of them. This caused the driver to swerve, overcorrect, veer off road and slam into a tree at ~80 mph. I saw it all happen in slow motion, and kept driving. I was minutes from home, in a state of shock at what happened, and I panicked. I went home and promptly laid in bed wide awake until the morning.
Coincidentally, my mom works as a 911 dispatcher. She was working nights at the time and that night she was on shift. The next day she told me a story about how at around 5:30-6:00 in the morning, as the sun started to come up, the car was spotted by state patrol who radioed it in to our county dispatch center. She even commented "You might have even driven right past it on your way home and didn't see it." The entire accident was ruled as a single car accident caused by DUI. The car had about a case worth of empty cans and about a half of a fifth of vodka in the passenger seat. It was determined that he did not die on impact, but not much investigation into an actual time of death was done. The man was a repeat DUI offender with no wife and kids, but he was early 30's and his life could have changed.
I still occasionally lie awake at night. Wondering did I kill a man who happened to be driving the empty streets at night, or was I the tool of gods/the universe's divine retribution. Did I kill one man, or did I possibly save others’ lives?
After that night, I don’t drive late at night. I don’t drive if there’s an inkling of me being tired. I put myself in my car with reflexes and a mental state not very different from his. Ultimately, I took a life.
Over the years I’ve tried justifying it with “he was a repeat offender, so it was bound to happen”, “I might have saved someone else’s life”, etc. The worst part for me is that I just drove away. I killed a man and didn’t even look back, make a phone call to 911, nothing.
What if he hadn't been drinking? It could have been a family returning home from a vacation, or high school kids out on a summer night having fun. I know what the reality is/was, but all of the "what ifs" still haunt me.
Ultimately, I killed a man and let him suffer. Had I stopped, he possibly could have survived. Had I called 911, he could be alive today.
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2023.06.08 21:52 Whey-Men Missouri AG wants to remove sheriff accused of gang activity from office. Iron County Sheriff Jeff Burkett, two deputies and a citizen were charged in March with crimes related to an alleged kidnapping plot.

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2023.06.08 21:07 Whey-Men A Van Zandt County, Texas, Sheriff’s Office jail sergeant was sentenced today to 42 months in prison for violating a jail detainee’s civil rights by using unlawful force against him.

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2023.06.08 21:07 Whey-Men A Van Zandt County, Texas, Sheriff’s Office jail sergeant was sentenced today to 42 months in prison for violating a jail detainee’s civil rights by using unlawful force against him.

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