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Inmate charged for slashing self
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An inmate faces charges after he slashed himself inside his cell at Warren County Jail.The inmate, Jacob Lee Hills, 23, is charged with introduction of a weapon into a penal institution and vandalism. He will face hearing before General Sessions Judge Bill Locke on Nov. 25.He was charged after jailers were alerted to a disturbance in Cellblock A. They were directed to Hill’s cell.“He was lying on the floor in his cell with a large open and bleeding cut to his lower arm,” recalled corrections officer Johnathon Walter Green. “Nearby was a 12-inch fabricated shank-style knife with blood on the blade.”After providing aid to the bleeding inmate, officers searched the cell and found a broken metal broom handle hidden under his bunk.