County Hold (U)

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Latest post Wed, May 19 2010 1:45 PM by pdsb. 5 replies.
  • Sun, May 16 2010 5:07 PM

    • pdsb
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    County Hold (U)

    In Multnomah County, Oregon.  On a person's online booking/arrest record for delivery of drugs, there is another charge "County Hold (U)".  Does anyone know what that is/means?

  • Sun, May 16 2010 5:31 PM In reply to

    • pdsb
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    Re: County Hold (U)

    Yes, it is listed as a separate charge.  The delivery charge represents a violation of probation (in another county) and I wonder if it has to do with that.  But I have also found some information on-line that would lead me to believe that County Hold (U) might indicate that the inmate was re-arrested on a warrant (sometimes referred to as a "hold"?) for some reason, and then when he was arrested, the delivery charge also arose.

  • Mon, May 17 2010 4:13 PM In reply to

    • Ford
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    Re: County Hold (U)

    Probably just means another county wants the defendant.  If it doesn't have a charge, that likely means they just had a warrant issued out of another county.

  • Wed, May 19 2010 3:47 AM In reply to

    • LG81
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    Re: County Hold (U)

    "U" is actually a separate charge in Multnomah County.  Most folks with the "U" have a number of other charges (as does the person in OP's post).

  • Wed, May 19 2010 1:45 PM In reply to

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    Re: County Hold (U)

    Thank you.

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