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What is the Kenton County Jail Tracker?

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The Kenton County Jail Tracker provides information about inmates in the Kenton County Detention Center. The tracker provides the first, middle and last names of every person in the facility, as well as each individual's booking date.

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The tracker has a search option in order to look for a specific last name or alias. The names are sortable by column heading, including name and booking date. In addition, a search is possible within a range of booking dates. If a specific name is chosen, more information about that person appears, including a mug shot, charges, type of bonds, bond amounts and sentences.

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