About 15 people marched into the Forsyth County Law Enforcement Detention Center on Monday evening to express support for Yolanda Dillard, an inmate who they contend is not receiving proper medical care, and to call attention to the deaths of two black men in the jail last month. Correct Care Solutions, a private medical provider, holds the contract for medical care in the jail.
Triad City Beat will have full coverage of the protest in Wednesday’s paper.
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