An intoxicated inmate naps on the floor of a temporary holding cell shortly after being booked in but before being moved to more permanent housing in July, 2015, at Whatcom County Jail in Bellingham. Cells designated for inmates with drug or behavior issues often fill quickly on nights and weekends giving jail staff few options on where to house them. (The date of this image was corrected April 6, 2016.)
An intoxicated inmate naps on the floor of a temporary holding cell shortly after being booked in but before being moved to more permanent housing in July, 2015, at Whatcom County Jail in Bellingham. Cells designated for inmates with drug or behavior issues often fill quickly on nights and weekends giving jail staff few options on where to house them. (The date of this image was corrected April 6, 2016.) EVAN ABELL eabell@bhamherald.com
An intoxicated inmate naps on the floor of a temporary holding cell shortly after being booked in but before being moved to more permanent housing in July, 2015, at Whatcom County Jail in Bellingham. Cells designated for inmates with drug or behavior issues often fill quickly on nights and weekends giving jail staff few options on where to house them. (The date of this image was corrected April 6, 2016.) EVAN ABELL eabell@bhamherald.com