|Work continues at Boyd County Detention Center after inmate riot|
BOYD COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) -- At The Boyd County Detention Center, inmates have been replaced with workers and handcuffs replaced with hammers as work continues on the jail after last month's riot.
It's been three weeks since the detention center shut down and moved its 292 inmates to jails throughout Kentucky.
Repairs have almost been completed but now the concern turns to the costs involved with housing inmates and having to transport them from 20 different counties when they have court appearances in Boyd County.
Deputy Judge Executive Ed Radjunas says as of right now tax payers won't see any increase in taxes or fees, at least immediately.
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