Whatcom County Sheriff’s Deputy Randy Adrian talks about ankle monitoring bracelets at the Whatcom County Jail Interim Work Center on Feb. 4, in Bellingham. A task force is looking at whether electronic home monitoring should be expanded in an effort to keep some people out of the overcrowded jail.
Whatcom County Sheriff’s Deputy Randy Adrian talks about ankle monitoring bracelets at the Whatcom County Jail Interim Work Center on Feb. 4, in Bellingham. A task force is looking at whether electronic home monitoring should be expanded in an effort to keep some people out of the overcrowded jail. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com
Whatcom County Sheriff’s Deputy Randy Adrian talks about ankle monitoring bracelets at the Whatcom County Jail Interim Work Center on Feb. 4, in Bellingham. A task force is looking at whether electronic home monitoring should be expanded in an effort to keep some people out of the overcrowded jail. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com

Whatcom County hears ideas to keep people out of jail

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