Escaped Inmate Turns Himself In

Michael Branham
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Updated: 9/26/2013 6:01 pm
A man is back in jail after he escaped from work release. On Wednesday morning 19-year-old Michael R. Branham walked away from a work release detail at a Recycling Center in Liberty.
Officials say he turned himself in early Thursday morning. He is in jail on charges of receiving stolen property but will likely face additional charges.



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