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Fresno County

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1894–95: Sheriff Jay Scott, indicted on a charge that he allowed two federal prisoners to “go at large from the county jail without lawful order or authority.” The indictment was voided by a U.S. judge in Los Angeles County on the grounds that it was badly drawn.

 “Federal Courts,” Los Angeles Herald, January 22, 1895, page 7

“The Indictment Void,” Sacramento Record-Union, February 15, 1895, page 1

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