Pinal still waiting to hear back from feds on ICE contract

The Pinal County Jail has a "good rating" from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement inspectors, says the Sheriff's Department's spokesman in response to allegations of "deplorable conditions."
The Pinal County Jail has a “good rating” from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement inspectors, says the Sheriff’s Department’s spokesman in response to allegations of “deplorable conditions.”

By Brian Wright and Shelley Ridenour | Casa Grande Valley Newspapers

As the July 24 deadline looms for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency to respond to Pinal County’s notice to terminate its contract for jail space, county officials aren’t optimistic that a deal will be struck.

County Manager Greg Stanley told the Maricopa Monitor late last week there has been no direct communication between the county and ICE. With less than three weeks remaining to reach a deal, Stanley said there’s little hope of striking an agreement.

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