Summons grand jurors and trial jurors May call any person to his aid, and when necessary summons the power of the county Serves subpoenas and other notices and levies on property when a judgment has been secured Executes and returns all writs and other legal processes issued by lawful authority Custodian of the county jail and is responsible for all prisoners committed to him until discharged by law Transport individuals to locations as directed by court order
24 hour County wide Communications Center - Enhanced 911 (Law Enforcement, Ambulance, Fire & Rescue)
Contract Law Enforcement for the Communities of St. Charles and Truro
K-9: Tracking and Drugs
Madison County Jail - 12 beds: Visitation is on Sundays from 1:00PM to 5:00PM.
Visitors must be 18 years of age and have a current photo ID. Registration is first come.
Special visit requests should be directed to the Jail administrator or Sheriff.
What are Methamphetamines?
Strong central nervous system stimulant Powerful interactive effect upon pleasure centers in the brain Street names include crank, meth, speed, uppers, ice
What do they look like?
Pure methamphetamine is white, odorless and bitter tasting Street meth (impure) can appear as powder, lumps, chunks Street meth can be brown, yellow, pinkish, reddish in color Deterioration of the teeth
Physical Effects and Risks
Rapid weight loss due to decreased appetite Increase heart rate and increased blood pressure Shakes, twitching, dilated pupils Seizures and strokes Heart problems Skin problems Deterioration of the teeth
Physchological Effects and Risks
Sense of power/well being Very talkative Anxiety Paranoia Depression (suicidal thinking) Hallucinations Repetitive behaviors Aggressiveness Delusions & psychosis Memory problems
Why is it attractive to young people?
Curiosity Use of other substances Peer Pressure Sense of invulnerability