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''We had to close the attic because it was too hot to have prisoners up there. But we had to open it back up on Monday. We had no choice because our jail population is up to 113 and we needed more space,'' Superintendent Daniel Ward told Belknap County Commissioners when they met Wednesday morning.
The New Hampshire cop briefly explained that he and his dining companions were there to provide counseling for Dallas cops distraught by the deaths of five officers at a Black Lives Matter protest... 0