MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A lack of beds in Minnesota’s psychiatric facilities is keeping inmates with mental illnesses in jail without access to proper medical treatment.

The Star Tribune reports that 28-year-old Raymond Traylor Jr.’s prolonged detention at Hennepin County jail has become the latest boiling point in a long-running struggle between county and state officials over accommodating mentally ill inmates.

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Taylor is diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder. He was held at the jail for 92 days without treatment before being transferred to Anoka-Metro Regional Treatment Center on Thursday.

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A 2013 law requires the state to find a psychiatric bed within 48 hours for inmates who a judge finds mentally ill. But state officials say Minnesota psychiatric hospitals weren’t prepared for the influx of court-ordered admissions from jails, and the wait to get into state facilities has increased since the law’s inception.

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