Los Angeles prisoners held several days after planned release due to computer system crash: report

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Prisoners ready to get out of the country’s biggest jail Los Angeles County A report said he was kept behind bars for more days due to a computer system crash over the weekend.

Captain Lorena Rodriguez, Spokesperson Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Departmenttold the Los Angeles Times that Men’s Central Prison staff had been forced to hand-process the inmates’ release from Saturday after its information management system went offline.

The spokesperson said the system did not come back online until late last night. As a result, it kept some prisoners in the facility for longer than expected, according to the newspaper.

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Inmates crowd a dorm room inside Men's Central Jail on August 8, 2014 in Los Angeles.

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LA Sheriff Captain Joe Dempsey peers into the 4400 module inside the Men's Central Jail on August 8, 2014 in Los Angeles.

LA Sheriff Captain Joe Dempsey peers into the 4400 module inside the Men’s Central Jail on August 8, 2014 in Los Angeles.
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It was not immediately clear how many prisoners were affected by the outage.

men’s central prison According to the Los Angeles Times, it has a capacity of approximately 4,500 inmates.

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