Missing Inmate From Winfield Correctional Facility

Patrice Gainsbourg
Agosto 12, 2017

An inmate who escaped the Winfield Correctional Facility in south-central Kansas has been captured. Herzet said a lot of manpower was needed because of earlier statements made by Mitchell that he wouldn't be taken alive.

The sheriff's office did a reverse 911 call to alert Douglass residents and those within a two-mile perimeter. Details surrounding his arrest were not immediately available.

Mitchell is now serving a 27-month sentence for a 2017 Sedgwick County conviction for burglary.

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Herzet said the search included police officers from Andover, Augusta, Kansas Highway Patrol troopers, deputies from Sedgwick and Sumner counties and officers from the U.S. Marshal's Service.

The search intensified Wednesday morning when a deputy in Douglass saw a man hitch-hiking. He was last seen at 9:30 Tuesday evening. He stands 6-foot-1 and weighs 210 pounds. Authorities say he was last seen wearing a white, state-issued, t-shirt, blue jeans or gray sweatpants and possibly a red hooded sweatshirt. His record also includes a child sex crime conviction.

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