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  • Three Placer sheriff’s officials accused in jail abuse case plead not guilty

    Three Placer County sheriff’s officials entered not guilty pleas Monday in a case charging that they were involved in using excessive force on half a dozen jail inmates and then trying to cover it up.

Three Placer County sheriff’s officials entered not guilty pleas Monday in a case charging that they were involved in using excessive force on half a dozen jail inmates and then trying to cover it up. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
Three Placer County sheriff’s officials entered not guilty pleas Monday in a case charging that they were involved in using excessive force on half a dozen jail inmates and then trying to cover it up. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
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He says he was beaten and groped in the Auburn Jail. Now he is the latest to sue Placer County

September 05, 2017 12:31 PM

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