The escaped convict from Nebraska serving decades for manslaughter has likely fled the area
LINCOLN, Neb. (Nebraska) – The McCook Police Department says it has reason to believe an escaped convict is no longer in the area.
Ronald Grant was first reported missing late Sunday night.
The Nebraska Department of Correctional Services said the 39-year-old left the McCook work ethic camp while emptying trash with a staffer and two other inmates.
He was seen running west and eventually headed south.
Grant had been in custody since 2005.
He was sentenced to 29 to 44 years on charges outside Lancaster County.
Those charges included manslaughter, assault by a detained person, and felony possession of a deadly weapon.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact law enforcement immediately.
The police also urge everyone to avoid approaching Grant if you see him.
They had previously asked people in the McCook area to keep all doors locked and lock their vehicles.
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