JM: How many different blocks were there? Rhett: I was only in the holding cell part of the jail.
It was pretty packed. I think there were about
five holding cells like the one I was in. Stewart: Honestly I can't remember but the building was
split between the female side and the male side,
and they was at least 6 different levels above ground.
JM: Did they have names? If so, what were they? Rhett: They called it Block M... so I guess it was
alphabet. Stewart: They called them pod's and each pod was had a
certain amount of cells so say for instances, on
level 7 in the second pod in cell 12 it would be,
POD 7B 12
JM: Which types of inmates were housed in the different blocks? Rhett: Where I was it was pretty much whoever got
arrested at that time. Stewart: The building was separated by female and male but
other than that it was mixed between the more
harden and petty criminals and then the insane
people at the very top level.
JM: What do you remember being the nicest and worst parts about the different blocks? Rhett: I don't think there was a nice part. The worst
was that it didn't seem like everybody was on the
same page at the same time. One guard would tell
me I was going to get my phone call and then
another one would come along and say not now. Stewart: The worst part was when I first came in and they
told me I had to take the TB shot or I would have
to stay in lock down during my whole sentence.
Also while waiting on TB shot to clear they only
allowed us out one hour a day. The best part was
getting into general population and gaining some
freedoms like watching TV sometimes and being
allowed to read books.