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KSP: Hopkins County inmate on the run

KSP says Bennie L. Britt Jr., of Louisville, left his work release at the Madisonville Sanitation Department Tuesday afternoon.

KSP: Inmate escapes in county vehicle, found abandoned in TN

KSP is looking for Henry Rickard, Jr., who is accused of driving off from a work release detail in a Calloway County vehicle that was later found abandoned in Tennessee.

Lexington inmate fails to return from work release

Have you seen 37-year old Roth Lee Baughman, Jr.? Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to contact Lexington Police.

Lexington inmate fails to return from work release

The search is on for Bobby Ray Lady, who failed to return to jail in Lexington from court-ordered work release, according to the jail.

Escaped inmate taken back to jail

An escaped inmate has been put back into custody, according to Lexington Police.

KSP: Powell County escapee stole county truck

State Police are looking for an inmate they say escaped around 4 p.m. Wednesday.

UPDATE: Lexington jail escapee captured

A jail inmate in Lexington was captured Monday night after failing to return from court-ordered work release nearly a month ago.

Police search for inmate after he failed to return from work release

Police are searching for William Elbert Houp, an inmate in Fayette County, after they say he failed to return from court-ordered work release.

Escaped inmates located in Harlan Co.

Kentucky State Police say troopers from Harlan have located and arrested two men that walked away from work release on June 25, 2018 and most recent July 17, 2018 in Harlan County.

UPDATE: Lexington jail escapee captured

A Lexington jail inmate who investigators say didn't return from court-ordered work release more than three weeks ago, was captured Tuesday afternoon, according to the jail.

Lexington inmate fails to return to jail from work release

An inmate in Lexington didn't return to jail from a court-ordered work release Monday, according to the jail.

Search on for Bath County inmate

A Bath County inmate walked away from a work release road crew Thursday around noon, according to authorities.

UPDATE: Knox County escapee recaptured

A Knox County jail inmate has been recaptured after walking away from a work release detail Wednesday morning, according to authorities.

KSP: Inmate escapes in Jackson County

tate Police say an inmate walked away from a work release detail in Jackson County around noon Monday near the intersection of KY 3630 and KY 2002.

Sheriff: Inmate escapes from Knox County work release crew

According to the Knox County Sheriff’s department --an inmate wandered away while out with a work release near Knox County High School crew on Monday.

UPDATE: Escaped inmate located and arrested

Kentucky State Police say an inmate who walked away from the Webster County Detention Center has been found and arrested.

Lexington Police Looking for Woman Who Did Not Return From Work Release

Police are also looking for a woman they say did not come back to jail after a work-release.

KSP Searching for Jail Escapee from Christian County

State Police are looking for an inmate who they say walked away from work release in Christian County on Tuesday.

KSP: Inmate Escapes in Todd County

State Police are looking for Todd County jail escapee Donald Murphy, Junior, who they say was on work release at a community center in Trenton Monday afternoon at the time of the escape.

Jail: Lexington inmate didn’t return from work release

Lexington inmate Erica Marie Hatter didn't return to jail from court-ordered work release Monday night, according to the jail.

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