Soldiers charged with minor crimes seldom spend much time locked in the Coryell County jail.
“We don’t see as many (soldiers) as you might think,” said Lt. Rita Thomas, Coryell County Jail administrator. “We might see two a month. Not as many as in Bell County,” which houses as many as 10 a month, according to Bell County Jail Administrator Nancy Botkin.
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