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"Are they in there for a serious crime or are they in there because they violated a probation order?

We're finding a good number of individuals are in there for probation or parole violations." The way the releases could roll out at Palmer Correctional Center near Sutton, where nearly half of the 326 inmates are minimum security, is generating enough controversy that a Valley legislator convened a field hearing next week to discuss the matter. Jim Colver, R-Palmer, a member of the legislative public safety committee, is scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Matanuska-Susitna Borough Assembly chambers in Palmer.

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The move comes amid tough budget times as the state analyzes which inmates "need to be in hard beds and which could be placed in a responsible manner" in either halfway houses or on electronic ankle monitoring, said Remond Henderson, the state's deputy corrections commissioner.

There are about 5,000 people incarcerated in Alaska right now, Henderson said.

Colver's office -- along with the general public -- has seen few specifics about the Corrections strategy, including how the state plans to evaluate inmate risk and what treatment or counseling options they'll have available to them upon release, Colver aide Angie Stephl said Wednesday.

Those unknowns, combined with a recent high-profile murder case involving a defendant who cut off his ankle monitor, is triggering heavy interest from Valley residents already wary of a nonstop string of residential thefts and burglaries the past few years.

The family posted the video of the home breaking off into the Matanuska River on Facebook over the Fourth of July weekend. On it's way down the Mighty Matanuska,' Earl Houser wrote in the video's caption.

The family posted the video of the home breaking off into the Matanuska River on Facebook over the Fourth of July weekend According to Houser, the Johnson's Homestead Cabin was built in the early 1940s.

The University of Alaska Board of Regents held a full board meeting in Juneau on Sept. Among the items discussed was the UA’s progress and performance on compliance with the Office of Civil Rights Voluntary Resolution Agreement, an agreement that the University of Alaska entered earlier this year in February.

The VRA covers system-wide compliance items and steps to ensure that incidents of sexual assault and sexual harassment are being handled effectively on campuses.

The review doesn't include all minimum-security prisoners; the state is not considering sex offenders, arsonists and other inmates ineligible for supervised release, or those currently enrolled in programs they need to finish.

"We have to really look at why they're in there," he said.

He was indicted on murder charges in the June death of 23-year-old Christopher Seaman, whose body was found in a vehicle at the Big Lake fireworks stands.

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