South Dakota authorities looking for minimum security escapee
By Forrest Saunders, Multimedia Journalist - email
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) -
South Dakota authorities are looking for a man who walked away from a minimum security unit of the state prison.
Corrections officials say Jason Lucas left the Jameson Annex at 7:50 a.m. Sunday for a work release job in Sioux Falls. The employer later sent the workers home, but Lucas failed to return in a timely manner.
The 35-year-old Lucas is serving a five-year sentence for drunken driving.
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