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June 16, 2013 12:00 AM

Pierce County Jail is the one constant in his life

Cannon Schultz got into a lot of fights in middle school. He attended Mount Tahoma High School but didn’t graduate. He said he’s been in and out of custody since he was 15, and hasn’t seen his three siblings since he was a child.

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