Taxpayers on hook for $100K in damage after inmate floods jail

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TOMS RIVER — The flood in the Ocean County Justice Complex caused when an inmate flushed a jumpsuit down the toilet will cost taxpayers at least $100,000, according to a report on APP.com. In all, officials will spend about $2 million to install “low-flow” toilets that can be flushed only once per hour. Corrections officers will…

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