Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue ordered a patrol car to be parked against an emergency door at the inmate tent facility at the jail. It’s meant as a temporary measure until the door, which was damaged during an earlier prisoner escape in October, can be replaced. Photo provided by the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office.
Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue ordered a patrol car to be parked against an emergency door at the inmate tent facility at the jail. It’s meant as a temporary measure until the door, which was damaged during an earlier prisoner escape in October, can be replaced. Photo provided by the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office.
Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue ordered a patrol car to be parked against an emergency door at the inmate tent facility at the jail. It’s meant as a temporary measure until the door, which was damaged during an earlier prisoner escape in October, can be replaced. Photo provided by the Canyon County Sheriff’s Office.

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