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Where is the Houston City Jail on Mykawa located?

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The Houston City Southeast Jail's Mykawa location is at 8300 Mykawa Street in Houston, Texas. The jail can be reached by phone by dialing 713-731-5300.

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Where is the Houston City Jail on Mykawa located?
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Inmates can be visited in the jail 24 hours a day, seven days a week, except for meal times. If a prisoner is a Jail Trusty, visits may be denied when the prisoner is on a work assignment. To visit someone, obtain the arrest number, name, date of birth and jail location using the jail's database on its website. Go to that jail for a visit; the visit is allowed if the prisoner is available.

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