No injuries reported in jail fire

No injuries reported in jail fire

There are 10 comments on the Monroe News Star story from Jun 28, 2012, titled No injuries reported in jail fire. In it, Monroe News Star reports that:

Firefighters and other emergency personnel have so far reported no injuries in a fire at the Rapides Parish jail in downtown Alexandria this morning.

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Philo Bondouche

Pineville, LA

#1 Jun 28, 2012
jail fire...... prisoners setting jail on fire........thats smart..................
Philo Bondouche

Pineville, LA

#2 Jun 28, 2012
thats smart...................
Red Skull

United States

#3 Jun 28, 2012
Smart; they are locked up due to their own stupidiy , rack them down , ship the trouble makers so that momma nem have to drive a couple hrs to visit , clamp down on the workers that fail to stop contaband via poor searches
lol

United States

#4 Jun 28, 2012
Red Skull wrote:
Smart; they are locked up due to their own stupidiy , rack them down , ship the trouble makers so that momma nem have to drive a couple hrs to visit , clamp down on the workers that fail to stop contaband via poor searches
Your a bright one.."clamp down on the workers that fail to stop contraband via poor searches." how is lighting a window on fire have anything to do with poor searches dumb ass? You can make a fire with toilet paper and batteries....which are both given to the inmates to wipe there ass and batteries for tv remotes.
Score

Pineville, LA

#5 Jun 28, 2012
lol wrote:
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Your a bright one.."clamp down on the workers that fail to stop contraband via poor searches." how is lighting a window on fire have anything to do with poor searches dumb ass? You can make a fire with toilet paper and batteries....which are both given to the inmates to wipe there ass and batteries for tv remotes.
True, but I bet it was started with a lighter. Thats a big gap to move some flaming toilet paper to reach that window. But who knows it is possible I guess.
lol

United States

#6 Jun 28, 2012
Score wrote:
<quoted text>True, but I bet it was started with a lighter. Thats a big gap to move some flaming toilet paper to reach that window. But who knows it is possible I guess.
Could have been done several different ways...but for people to always make the assumption that it's an officers fault is ridiculous. Inmates have nothing better to do than sit around and figure out ways to mess stuff up and get by the police.
Score

Pineville, LA

#7 Jun 28, 2012
lol wrote:
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Could have been done several different ways...but for people to always make the assumption that it's an officers fault is ridiculous. Inmates have nothing better to do than sit around and figure out ways to mess stuff up and get by the police.
Yeah they are quick to blame the police. Stuff gets in mainly through trustees. How about this, no trustees outside of a jail. Wow that sounds like a plan and seems like it would make a jail more secure. But the same people always blaming stuff on the officers in the jail when stuff gets in are the same ones who want all there basic stuff done by trustees.
Red Skull

United States

#8 Jun 29, 2012
lol wrote:
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Your a bright one.."clamp down on the workers that fail to stop contraband via poor searches." how is lighting a window on fire have anything( to do with poor searches dumb ass? You can make a fire with toilet paper and batteries....which are both given to the inmates to wipe there ass and batteries for tv remotes.
You might be that lazy officer that depend on trustys(not trustee) to do everything for you, the way that DC1 is laid out especially at that window somebody was asleep on the job, what about those regular checks on each cell by each zone officer, it takes a while to heat plexiglass that thick with toilet paper, the burning of the paper alone should have alarmed that zone officer, then the smell of burning plastic come on dude, whos the dumdass , there had to be some other type of accelerant to generate that much heat, do your job,
Dabble

Haslet, TX

#9 Jun 29, 2012
Red Skull wrote:
<quoted text>You might be that lazy officer that depend on trustys(not trustee) to do everything for you, the way that DC1 is laid out especially at that window somebody was asleep on the job, what about those regular checks on each cell by each zone officer, it takes a while to heat plexiglass that thick with toilet paper, the burning of the paper alone should have alarmed that zone officer, then the smell of burning plastic come on dude, whos the dumdass , there had to be some other type of accelerant to generate that much heat, do your job,
It's not my job to do, i don't work in the jail. Since you know the layout of dc1 and are so quick to blame that officer(s) you're prolly that lazy ass wanna be acting assistant warden(was). I said before there were several ways that window could have been set on fire. Pay attention a little more.
WEH fo sherriff

United States

#10 Jul 2, 2012
Why do criminals even have tvs, lighters, radios etc. They committed a crime they should be in a dark room. The hell with inmates.

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