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Florida Sheriff: Come to Shelter, Go to Jail

Beneath a graying sky that foreshadowed the hurricane to come, Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd shrugged. "Never before did I think that we'd be beat up for giving people a warning and keeping people safe," he told local television crews. "But hey, that's okay." He was referring to criticism that followed a string of tweets from his office Wednesday morning saying that anyone with an outstanding warrant would not be admitted to shelters during Hurricane Irma.
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