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    • SAM Medical introduces the SAM Junctional Tourniquet November 25, 2014
      By C1 Staff The SAM Medical Junctional Tourniquet is designed to stop heavy hemorrhaging where standard tourniquets would not be effective, such as in the case of IED/blast injuries or high level amputations. Able to be applied within 25 seconds or less, the Target Compression Device is placed at the injury and pumped up until […]
    • 2 COs among 3 dead in West Texas wreck November 25, 2014
      Associated Press LAMESA, Texas — Two prison guards and the driver of a second vehicle have died in a West Texas traffic accident that left another officer hurt. Investigators are trying to determine what caused the collision near Lamesa after the Smith Unit guards ended their shift at the nearby prison. The Texas Department of […]
    • Man's laundry escape earns him 15 years November 25, 2014
      By C1 Staff FORD DODGE, Iowa — An inmate attempting to escape the Webster County Jail by climbing out a vent and breaking his arm in the process was sentenced to 15 years. George Johnson, 32, was sentenced Monday in Webster County District Court, according to KCCI. He pleaded guilty to charges of escape from […]
    • Pa. CO accused of selling illegal steroids November 25, 2014
      By Paul Peirce Tribune-Review GREENSBURG, Pa. — A Westmoreland County jail guard is accused of selling illegal steroids on three occasions during the past year to a confidential informant working undercover with state police. Jacob A. Shaffer, 22, of Hempfield was arraigned Monday on three counts of violating the state's Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and […]
    • Woman who aided stabbing charged with threatening probation officers November 25, 2014
      Woman is on probation for helping her boyfriend try to avoid arrest after he was accused of stabbing Pittsburgh Steelers lineman Mike Adams
    • Wash. county jail to hit $2.4M deficit November 25, 2014
      By Steve Maynard The News Tribune TACOMA, Wash. -- Pierce County officials moved forward Monday to fill a $2.4 million shortfall in the jail’s budget this year with sales tax revenue. The county jail is projected to overspend its budget by $1.9 million, $1.4 million of it due to overtime. Adding to the deficit is […]
    • Sex offender admits to child abuse fantasies, freed from jail November 25, 2014
      By Stephen Betts Bangor Daily News CUSHING, Maine — A 57-year-old convicted sex offender who admitted to a counselor that he fantasized about sexually assaulting a neighbor’s child is back home after spending several weeks in jail. An upset Knox County sheriff is advising people to be vigilant. “This is kind of scary. He should […]
    • Prison stabber waiting months for psychiatric care November 25, 2014
      By Dana Difilippo Philadelphia Daily News PHILADELPHIA — Fred Avery Jr. is a convicted murderer with a long, violent rap sheet, so it's unlikely that many people were surprised when he allegedly stabbed three prison guards at a city jail last Monday as they tried to subdue him after he fought with his cellmate. But […]
    • Texas officer attacked during prison water shortage November 25, 2014
      An officer at the Robertson Prison Unit was attacked last week during a water shortage.
    • Officer cleared in Pendleton prison yard shooting November 25, 2014
      Grand jury found the officer was justified in the use of deadly force

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