JM: How many different blocks were there? Eric: I really do not care Dominic: Im not sure because i was there for a short period
of time. I can recall at least five different areas
though. Carlos: There are three floors. The second and third floors
have four blocks with each block having four cells
JM: Did they have names? If so, what were they? Eric: Like i said i don't know i do not care when was in my cell i was
with my eyes most of the time close doing yoga. Dominic: South Side 2D3 and 2D4, SMU. I imagine there were
other areas but i dont know their names or codes. Carlos: They were named by a letter. A, B, C, and D blocks.
JM: Which types of inmates were housed in the different blocks? Eric: I am sorry to say but my time in ther was short due t system
failure to i never spoke to other people
Most of them hated me I don't know. Dominic: Well for this location you had all types of inmates
with various classifications. They house minimun,
medium, and maximum security at that facility. They
typically try to divide them up by classification,
however, there were some that got mixed in due to
housing space shortages. Carlos: I believe they separated by floor as well as
blocks. The third floor where I was at was for
more serious crimes and people that had holds from
other agencies. The second floor was for charges
that likely would get jail time and or probation
as opposed to state prison. One of the cells on
the third floor on D block at the very end was for
pedophiles and other sexual crimes that dealt with
JM: What do you remember being the nicest and worst parts about the different blocks? Eric: I do not know was in the same place all th time.
All i can think is mybonly friend out side trying to help me.
I was i guess in a different zone or something .
I did not have a chance for nothing but i never complained.
And since i never complained, they keep there. Dominic: I didnt get to learn much about the different
blocks. I was only familiar with my block and there
wasnt too much nice about it. It felt dirty and old.
It was cramp and there were mice at night so it felt
as if there were germs everywhere. It also was very
uncomfortable. Carlos: All of the blocks were similar, they all had way too
many inmates per cell, in some cases some cells had
up to 120 inmates. The nicer things for being a jail
is that it is relatively clean compared to the main
jail. There are plenty of phones and shower stalls