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New Residents In The Archer Co. Jail

New information today about the Archer County Jail.

Sheriff Staci Beesinger says five inmates are in custody right now at the new facility.

16 other inmates are currently being housed in Jack County. Sheriff Beesinger says those inmates will return to Archer County around the first of the year.

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