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Spikes in the jail’s monthly intake in the spring and summer could be attributed to increases in arrests and launch of an electronic warrant system in Hardin County, officials said.
In March, the county switched from a paper-based warrant system to the e-warrant, a web-based system that allows all law enforcement and judicial officials full-time access to warrants from agencies throughout the state.
That month, the jail’s intake jumped to 773, a 19 percent increase over February, according to jail records.
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