Empty Jail Cells
An empty holding cell is seen at the Porter County Jail. The jail's third pod remains unoccupied, despite the lockup being over capacity by about 100 inmates. The jail houses about 450 inmates in two of its three pods.
Jail cells stand empty in a general population area of the Porter County Jail. The jail and other options leave Porter County well positioned for the sentencing reforms approved this year by the Indiana General Assembly, according to Porter Circuit Judge Mary Harper.
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