Inmate McCook on the run
MCCOOK, Neb. (Nebraska) — McCook Police said they are searching for an escaped inmate from Work Ethic Camp (WEC).
The Nebraska Department of Corrections said in a statement that Ronald Grant No. 63102 was with a staff member and two other inmates emptying trash in the north parking lot at approximately 7.49pm Sunday when he took off running west and headed south.
Local law enforcement and the Nebraska State Patrol have been notified.
Grant began his sentence on November 15, 2005. He was sentenced to 29 to 44 years on charges outside Lancaster County that included manslaughter, assault by a confined person, and felony possession of a deadly weapon. He has a parole hearing scheduled for July 2023 and a tentative release date of November 18, 2029.
Grant is a 39 year old, 5′ 10″, 185 lbs Native American. with black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with knowledge of his whereabouts should contact local authorities or the Nebraska State Patrol.
WEC is a minimum B security framework with a focus on programming and treatment in order to prepare people for release. Individuals housed in this facility may be authorized to complete community work and program assignments with intermittent supervision. Minimum custody B is a lower custody level and is served in a less restrictive facility.
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