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Potter County Jail

13100 Northeast 29th Avenue
Amarillo, TX 79111
(806) 335-4100

Interview with Tim, Sherri and Brett

JM: How long was your sentencing for?
Tim: Five year sentence to a Texas prison.
Sherri: I was sentenced 5 years.
Brett: I stayed in jail for a little over a month

JM: Did you spend time in a holding cell after your sentencing? If so, what was that like? If you didn't where did they they take you instead?
Tim: Yes, because they asked if I was depressed. I told them I was, and I was kept in a holding cell with no clothes, no hygene, and very little to eat.
Sherri: Not at potter it was a safe haven, trial at Randall county I'll tell that later if you pick me for Randall county jail Just a padded room then a medical cell
Brett: I stayed in a holding cell for bout two days then general population that was the worst part the holding cell was nasty and very bad food just nasty sandwich all day long


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