Eighteen-year-old Danielle Carmack is one of the youngest inmates at Louisville Metro Department of Corrections. It is her first time inside of an adult facility, but the crime she admits to even shocks old-timers at the jail. watch
Brian Edmonds Sr. has spent the majority of his adult life behind bars. But his time at Louisville Metro Department of Corrections takes an unusual turn when the 18-year-old son that he barely knows is charged with murder and locked up in the very same... watch
Brian Sauer wastes no time while awaiting trial at Louisville Metro Department of Corrections. He looks up all of the new words he hears in court, inserting them into his daily vocabulary and his music. He says he is going to be the most eloquent... watch
Following the chain of command is essential for the staff of any correctional facility. But for the DeJarnette brothers—a Lieutenant and a Sargent at Louisville Metro Department of Corrections—hierarchy can be a more complex matter. watch
It’s an adventure sport for people who like their clothes neatly pressed. Extreme ironers take the domestic chore to the most unlikely locations, but no one takes it to greater heights than professional skydivers Andy Ford and Mike Frost — who iron... watch
Substance abuse is not a new problem at Louisville Metro. Lately, prescription pills are replacing marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine for popularity with inmates. Of course, here in Kentucky, there is also a special place for moonshine in... watch
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