PASCAGOULA, Miss. (AP) — Inmates in a south Mississippi jail say they’re sleep-deprived as a result of the lights of their cells have remained on consistently for the previous 4 months.
The issue began in late November within the Jackson County Jail. Capt. Tyrone Nelson tells the Solar Herald that the lights within the cells are run by a pc board.
When one thing goes mistaken with that, the default is for the lights to stay on for security. The sheriff’s division is ready for an organization to repair the issue.
Nelson says the cell lights are usually not that brilliant.