You cannot bring an adult in custody any property with the exception of approved medical items, court clothes for a jury trial (with the courts approval) or prescription eye glasses. You must be an adult and present official picture identification, such as a driver’s license, to transfer the property.
For medical items, including eyeglasses, the adult in custody should have already obtained approval for the items from health care staff and a jail supervisor before you bring it in.
The only medication we will accept is current prescription medicine prescribed by a doctor (or other health care provider). The medication must be in factory-sealed, labeled packaging. Inhalers must be new and unused in original packaging. The prescription label must show the name of the adult in custody, name of the medication, dose and frequency, and prescribing doctor.
We will not accept hair accessories, jewelry, or make up as part of court clothes. Court security policy requires female adults in custody to wear pants or long dresses or skirts as court clothes.
Special-fit clothing and release clothes need a jail supervisor’s approval before you may bring it in. You may bring in approved release clothing up to 3 days before an adult in custody’s release date.
Bring the property to the Administration lobby desk during the normal lobby hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday.