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    50 E. Spruce Street


    According to the latest jail census:

    Average Daily Inmate Population: 153
    Inmate Capacity:unknown
    Year Constructed:an unknown year
    Full-Time Staff:28
    Total Staff Salaries: $1,921,758
    See the complete statistics for this jail


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