What Jail Can’t Cure

Keaton Farris.

Part 1: The justice system fails Keaton Farris

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Snohomish County Sheriff Ty Trenary oversees the county's jail. He is adamant that more needs to be done to address mental illness, drug-addiction and homelessness that doesn't involve incarceration. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Part 2: A sheriff refuses to ‘warehouse the mentally ill’

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Genna Martin / The HeraldSnohomish County Sheriff's Deputy Sgt. Ian Huri speaks with Rochelle Hammond at a homeless encampment in Everett, August 26.  Sgt. Huri and social worker  Jesse Callihan have been working with Hammond and other residents to get them connected with detox programs, housing and other social services. Photo taken 08262015

Part 3: Cops and social workers team up on the streets

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Gene Martin rides the bus before sunrise to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in Everett. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Part 4: With help, a homeless alcoholic finds redemption

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Gene Martin rides the bus before sunrise to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting in Everett. (Ian Terry / The Herald)
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