Money/Jail Fees

Deposits to Inmate Accounts
Funds (cash, checks, money orders) may be sent to an inmate through the mail.  Funds may also be deposited directly to the inmate’s account through the automated jail accounts system (the “Stellar Teller”) that is located outside the jail entrance.  This system accepts cash, as well as deposits made by the use of a credit card.

There are fees charged for using the Stellar Teller:
The fee for CASH deposits is $2.00.
The fee for deposits using a CREDIT CARD is 10% of the amount deposited (one dollar for every ten dollars deposited)
Only Master or VISA are accepted.

Funds may also be deposited over the internet at

Use of Funds
Funds are applied toward daily jail fees ($20.00 per day if sentenced), as well as medical services and medications an inmate may require.  Available funds may also be used to purchase canteen items.  If an inmate has no funds, medical services and medications will be charged to their account.  If charges to an account result in a negative balance, 50% of funds received will be applied to your jail debts.

View more information in the Inmate Rules Handbook