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Ambulance responds to minor injury at Grant County Jail

Blue Mountain Eagle

Published on February 27, 2018 12:32PM

An ambulance responded to an injury at the Grant County Jail Monday.

The Eagle/Richard Hanners

An ambulance responded to an injury at the Grant County Jail Monday.

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An ambulance responded to an injury at the Grant County Jail Monday.

The Eagle/Richard Hanners

An ambulance responded to an injury at the Grant County Jail Monday.

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An ambulance responded to an injury at the Grant County Jail Monday.

The Eagle/Richard Hanners

An ambulance responded to an injury at the Grant County Jail Monday.

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An ambulance responded to an injury at the Grant County Jail Monday.

The Eagle/Richard Hanners

An ambulance responded to an injury at the Grant County Jail Monday.

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A 32-year-old female inmate on tribal charges at the Grant County Jail was injured Feb. 26.

A John Day ambulance was dispatched to the jail at 11:43 a.m.

Grant County Sheriff Glenn Palmer referred The Eagle to the Burns Paiute Tribal Police for more information.

Burns Paiute Tribal Police Chief Carmen Smith said the injury was not serious and was surprised an ambulance was sent. He said it was Grant County Jail’s policy not to discuss such matters in public and that he would honor their policy.







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