JM: How many different blocks were there? Jessica: 8 and the holding cell I am sure. I really don't know because I was
only in a block, K dorm, and F block, but I am really not for sure
how many blocks they have.
JM: Did they have names? If so, what were they? Jessica: I know of A, B, C, D, F, K and the holding.
JM: Which types of inmates were housed in the different blocks? Jessica: They really don't have a certain place for the different types of
inmates, they just put them wherever there is room and then not
then they put them wherever they want to put them. Cassie: Im not giving all that infromation!
JM: What do you remember being the nicest and worst parts about the different blocks? Jessica: The nicest part about K dorm was it was one big room, maybe
the size of a decent sized living room. You could take a shower
whenever you wanted and there was a shower curtain so nobody
could see you shower. The worst part of K dorm was it was right
next to the back door so you got to see everyone leave.
The good part of A block was there were no doors, they were all
bars. The bad parts were there was no shower curtain, the
shower came on 2 days a week and the water was cold because
all the other showers were on and at night we went in a little
room and the doors were locked. We had to get up at 6AM and
sleep in the day room or stay up til 10PM.
As far as F block there was nothing good about that, the water
for the shower was cold (2 days/week). I was in F block during
the winter - the heat didn't work and it was freezing in there.
No privacy in A or F block. Cassie: the jail alon is a peice of shit. and nasty. you
only get the cleaning cart like twice a week in
tri county jail you get the cleaning cart
everyday after every meal.