Deputy Robert J. Rudisill points out bags containing drugs on a training image made with a body scanner at the Vista facility. Officials attribute the rise in drugs found in jails to AB 109, the 2011 prison-realignment law.
Deputy Robert J. Rudisill points out bags containing drugs on a training image made with a body scanner at the Vista facility. Officials attribute the rise in drugs found in jails to AB 109, the 2011 prison-realignment law. Chris Carlson AP
Deputy Robert J. Rudisill points out bags containing drugs on a training image made with a body scanner at the Vista facility. Officials attribute the rise in drugs found in jails to AB 109, the 2011 prison-realignment law. Chris Carlson AP

County jails see surge in smuggling of drugs

November 29, 2014 7:15 PM

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