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Craighhead Courthouse goes high tech to catch people urinating in elevators

Posted By on Thu, Jun 15, 2017 at 9:51 AM

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The Jonesboro Sun (paywall, regrettably) has a story stripped across the top of its front page today proclaiming that installation of video monitors has led to the identification of three people urinating in the Craighead County courthouse elevator during the last 12 months. A photograph of one alleged perp was included. That photo is said to be expected to lead to a court summons.

Elevator use for urination has been a problem for maybe five years, a maintenance worker said, though restrooms are readily available nearby. (You wonder if these were political acts of a sort by unhappy courthouse visitors.)



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