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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Inmate Missing From Clinton County Prison


Inmate walks off from county prison this morning

December 20, 2011
By SCOTT JOHNSON (sjohnson@lockhaven.com)

McELHATTAN - Officials are on the search for an inmate at the Clinton County Correctional Facility who "walked off' from the facility early this morning.

Chase Hunter Counsil, 19, of 437 Bellefonte Ave., Lock Haven, walked off the prison grounds at around 1 a.m. today, Warden Tom Duran said.

"He was taking the trash out and he did not come back," More...

4 comments :

Just Me said...

Maybe he forgot he was in jail, thought anytime prisoners aren't securely behind bars they were cuffed and shackled. Why would a jail let a prisoner leave any part of a facility that isn't secure? He just walked off? This is cracking me up.

Anonymous said...

Seems as odd time to be taking out the trash???? They will find him !!

Anonymous said...

I'm sure that they thought they would find Joe also. I don't understand the point that these people are in jail for a reason, whatever the crime they should never be left alone.

kl said...

maybe he thought he was out on good behavior.