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Inmate Who Walked Away Back In Jail

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Updated: 5/06/2012 12:05 am
     An inmate is back in jail after being on the loose for most of Saturday.  Officers say Bobby Noble was originally being held in the Powell County Jail when he walked away from his work detail around 10 Saturday morning.  Bath County Sheriff's Deputies say they picked him up there around 7 Saturday evening.
     Nobles wife and another woman were arrested in Powell County for promoting contraband.  Officers say the pair admitted to leaving things like deodorant and body wash in a wooded area for Noble to find but those things aren't allowed in the jail.
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