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03/08/2009 07:26 PM ID: 77472 Permalink   

In Georgia Inmates Have To "Break In" To Jail

 

Harry Jackson, 25, was arrested in the wee hours of Saturday morning as he tried to break back into the Camden County Detention Facility.
The other inmates told Jackson not to return until he obtained cigarettes.

Due to overcrowding, some bunks are in use in the recreation room. Using the wire from a straw broom, Jackson shorted out the electronic door lock between the rec room and the exercise yard where he scaled the fence.

At this point, Jackson broke into the Snappy Foods Convenience store on the next block, stole 14 packs of smokes, and was apprehended trying to break back into jail.

 
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  dumbass  
 
you got out... and went back!. jail isn't the place for you, perhaps the loony bin.

you'd think he'd want to lay low... but nope... thats how bad the economy is... society has finally caught up (degraded to) to quality of life of jail, he realized this commited another crime and came back on his own free will.
 
  by: HAVOC666     03/08/2009 07:35 PM     
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breaking in over here too, the way this world is going I may even do it my self!
 
  by: captainJane     03/08/2009 08:46 PM     
  Have to admit  
 
That's the last place they would've looked for him.
 
  by: VermiciousG     03/09/2009 05:27 AM     
  @Havoc  
 
Economy.
 
  by: chakubanga1   03/10/2009 01:06 AM     
 
 
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