Two Milwaukee County jailers and their boss blame each other for not reporting that a prisoner’s water was shut off one week before he died. The finger pointing took place on the fourth day of an inquest into last April’s death of 38-year-old Terrill Thomas, a bipolar inmate in solitary confinement. Jail Lieutenant Kashka Meadors and officers James Ramsey Guy and John Weber gave different accounts of what happened, each saying they thought somebody else wrote notes in jail logs that Thomas’ water was cut off — and Meadors said she thought the matter was resolved before she went home. Two other Milwaukee sheriff’s officials have testified about policy violations that resulted in an order that Thomas’ water be cut off. The inquest is expected to be finished early next week, when a jury decides whether to recommend charges to the district attorney.