Indy Judge: Deputies Can Move From Street to Jail

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A federal judge in Indianapolis is suggesting that the county sheriff’s department could cure a guard shortage at its crowded jail by using deputies now patrolling the roads. The Indianapolis Star says U.S. District Judge Sarah Evans Barker advised Sheriff Frank Anderson to have deputies “cross-trained.” Barker suggested that Indianapolis police and state troopers fill
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