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From cellblock to your block

By Bella English
March 21, 2004

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When Norfolk County Sheriff Michael Bellotti arrived on the scene in 1999, there were 666 inmates in the Dedham House of Correction. Now, there are more than 800 with another 160 housed in other facilities because of overcrowding. Some sleepin wooden "canoes" laid out in the common area of a cell block. Others bunk in the gym. (Full Article: 1009 Words)

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