DA will decide whether inmate could face charges about toilet paper restriction

Sedgwick County Jail (KSN File Photo)
Sedgwick County Jail (KSN File Photo)

WICHITA, Kansas – The district attorney’s office will decide if a Sedgwick County inmate will face charges over a comment made about rioting the toilet paper rule.

Last Thursday, several inmates were attending a GED class in the Adult Detention Facility.

During the class, one inmate made a comment about rioting the jail in response to only being allowed one roll of toilet paper per week.

Detectives conducted interviews, and the case will be presented to the District Attorney’s Office.


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