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The Durham Jail Charges Detainees Extra for Commissary Items, Then Uses That Money to Pay for Things Like Blankets and Sheets 

Ask almost anyone who's spent time in the Durham County Detention Facility what it's like and you'll hear three things: The food sucks, it's cold, and items for sale in the commissary are overpriced. These complaints are related. Still hungry after dinner?…

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