Whenever any farm is situated beyond the limits of the city establishing and maintaining
it, the courts of such city shall have concurrent criminal jurisdiction with the courts
of the county or city in which such farm, or any part thereof, is situated of all
offenses committed within the boundaries of the farm by persons confined thereto.
The courts of such city shall have concurrent criminal jurisdiction with the courts
of the county or city in which any of these offenses are committed: (i) escape, (ii)
larceny of or willful damage or destruction of property owned by the city establishing
and maintaining the farm, and (iii) offenses against the person or property of any
employee of such city, if such offenses are committed en route between the farm and
any other point by any person confined at the farm who is being transported thereto
for confinement or being transported therefrom following confinement.
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