Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Two Inmates Walk Away From Minimum Security Facility at Mule Creek State Prison

IONE – The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) is searching for two inmates who were discovered missing from Mule Creek State Prison’s minimum security facility Wednesday morning.
Following a security check, the pair was confirmed missing at 10:50 am.
Authorities are searching for inmates Patrick Raines and Johnny Maciel.
Raines, 21,is a Caucasian male, 6’1” tall, weighing 213 lbs, with short blond hair and blue eyes. He was received from San Diego County and is serving a 6 year sentence for carjacking. He has a parole date of March 2016.
Maciel 37,is a Caucasian male, 6’0” tall, weighing 200 Lbs. with short brown hair and brown eyes. He was received from Placer County and is serving a 15 year, 4 month sentence for 2nd degree burglary. He has a parole date of June 2016.
Anyone with information regarding Raines or Maciel is asked to call 911, the Amador County Sheriff or Mule Creek State Prison at (209) 274-5955.
Mule Creek State Prison, which opened in 1987, houses approximately 2900 minimum, medium, and maximum-custody inmates.  The prison, located in Amador County, provides educational, medical and mental health services and employs more than 1,400 people.



 











 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
April 16, 2014                                                                                        

Contact: James Hernandez
(209) 274-5080                                            
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Friday, March 28, 2014

Pine Grove Youth Conservation Camp Walkaways Captured

Pine Grove - Two minimum-security wards who had walked away from Pine Grove Youth Correctional Center in Amador County have been captured. Wards Rayevon Owens, 19,  and Keishon Coilton, 18,  left Pine Grove on the evening of March 26. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) Office of Correctional Safety (OCS) was immediately notified and began the search.

Owens and Coilton are from the Stockton area and were separately captured there. On March 27, OCS agents captured Owens at the home of his girlfriend. Owens was taken to N.A. Chaderjian Youth Correctional Facility in Stockton. OCS captured Coilton today at a home in Stockton and he was also taken to Chaderjian.

Owens was serving time for Burglary and Grand Theft, Coilton for Robbery. Both Owens and Coilton were committed to the Division of Juvenile Justice from San Joaquin County.

Pine Grove Youth Conservation Camp is part of CDCR’s Division of Juvenile Justice. It screens and accepts low-risk classification youths from other DJJ facilities. Training is provided by CAL FIRE and youths are certified to engage in wild land firefighting operations.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 28, 2014
CONTACT:
(916) 445-4950


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Thursday, March 27, 2014

ALDER CONSERVATION CAMP WALKAWAY APPREHENDED

Klamath, Ca.- Minimum-security inmate Corey Joseph Janic walked away from Alder Camp located near Klamath, California, in Del Norte County on March 26, 2014. Inmate Janic was apprehended at about 7:20 p.m. the same day two miles south of Alder Camp near the intersection of California State Highway 101 and Klamath Beach Road.

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) staff members discovered inmate Janic in an outbuilding and apprehended him without incident. Janic was transported and re-housed in Pelican Bay State Prison located in Crescent City.

Janic was committed to CDCR on March 15, 2011, from San Benito County for first-degree burglary and unlawful taking of a vehicle. He was serving a five-year sentence and was scheduled to parole on November 13, 2014.

Of all offenders who have walked away or escaped from an adult institution, camp or community-based program since 1977, 99.1 percent have been apprehended.

For Immediate Release
March 26, 2014



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