Logan County Jailer Jim Ray brought quotes from three different companies to the
Ray said two of the computers have already crashed and he is fearful of others crashing at anytime.
"If all these computers crash, we are going to have a major problems," said Ray. "There is important information we can't afford to lose on those computers."
Cornerstone's bid of
"One of the problems is finding a company who knows how to work with our SOM system," said Ray, adding that was why he thought it beneficial to accept Cornerstone because they were familiar with the system.
Ray left the court meeting Tuesday and returned later after checking with neighboring jails. His hunch was correct, they used different systems.
"This just seems to be a lot of money for five computers," said Orange. Magistrate
The issue is to be discussed again at a special called meeting to be held
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