Inmate convicted of assault disappears from Omaha Jail
LINCOLN, Neb. (Nebraska) – Police are on high alert after another Nebraska inmate went missing Sunday.
The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services says Julian Tapia, 20, had his electronic monitor removed about a mile from Community Correctional Center – Omaha.
Tapia was sentenced to eight to 21 years for first- and second-degree assaults in Buffalo County in 2020.
His provisional release is scheduled for August of 2030, and he has a parole hearing set for next year.
Tapia is described as a 6’4″, 190 lbs Hispanic male. He has black hair and brown eyes.
Prison officials are requesting that any relevant information about his whereabouts be forwarded to the Nebraska State Patrol.
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