Report smacks Monterey County for sending more than its share of felons to prison.
"If Monterey sent non-violent felons to prison at the state average, he says, the county would have imprisoned 164 criminals rather than 253. He estimates those 89 additional sentences cost state taxpayers $4.6 million last year."
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