A number of inmates joined the fight before deputies and an emergency response team used pepper spray and control holds to keep the rioters at bay, the outlet said.
Initial reports of at least 30 injuries were premature, officials told the local paper.
"Most of the injuries were minor bruises and scrapes," Deputy Shawn Dubusky reportedly said.
One inmate was hospitalized with unknown injuries, and six deputies and a custody assistant received medical treatment for minor injuries at a local health care center, according to the report. Two people — an inmate and a deputy — reportedly received medical treatment at the jail.
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