Megon Riedel, 28, filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against Jackson County and three unnamed guards, saying she was mistreated while in custody. She went into labor and delivered a baby after a nearly 200-mile transfer to state prison more than three years ago.
Megon Riedel, 28, filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against Jackson County and three unnamed guards, saying she was mistreated while in custody. She went into labor and delivered a baby after a nearly 200-mile transfer to state prison more than three years ago. Dave Helling dhelling@kcstar.com
Megon Riedel, 28, filed a federal lawsuit Thursday against Jackson County and three unnamed guards, saying she was mistreated while in custody. She went into labor and delivered a baby after a nearly 200-mile transfer to state prison more than three years ago. Dave Helling dhelling@kcstar.com

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