RICHMOND, Ind. — Computer problems resulted in heated conditions inside the Wayne County Jail.

Wayne County’s commissioners heard a report Wednesday from Sheriff Randy Retter and Steve Higinbotham, the county’s director of facilities and development, during their weekly meeting. A temporary solution had the temperature back within a couple of degrees of the low 70s, where the jail normally remains, by the time commissioners met.

Higinbotham said the air-conditioning system would work appropriately with a manual override of the computer system. That occurred once, but the computer again took over and stopped the system’s water flow. The computer system was disconnected to return cooling to the jail, with the temperature adjusted by opening and closing the water control.

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