Monday, April 16, 2012

Minimum Security Inmate Walks Away from California State Prison-Sacramento

Inmate discovered missing during institutional count

REPRESA –On April 15, 2012, at approximately 9:05 p.m. A minimum-security inmate was discovered missing during an institutional count from the Minimum Support Facility (MSF) at California State Prison-Sacramento (SAC).
  
Marco Cabrera, 32, was received from Tulare County on August 4, 2011, to serve a five-year sentence for assault with a firearm, transportation/sell of marijuana, corporal injury on a  spouse, possession of an assault weapon, and possession of a firearm and ammunition by an ex-felon.  

Cabrera is described as a Hispanic male five feet nine inches tall with brown hair and brown eyes. He is medium build and weighs approximately 200 pounds.

Cabrera is one of the 222 minimum security inmates housed in a dormitory-style setting, located outside of the maximum security perimeter of the institution. Minimum security inmates normally serve sentences of three to five years and are convicted of non-violent, non-serious, and non sex-offenses.

The institution’s Investigative Services Unit, Crisis Response Team (CRT), Special Services Unit, local law enforcement agencies and the California Highway Patrol have been notified to assist in the search for Cabrera. Pursuit efforts have been activated and anyone seeing Cabrera should contact their local law enforcement agency immediately.

CSP-Sacramento is a multi-mission institution that houses approximately 2,800 inmates and employs more than 1,700 staff. Opened in 1986, the institution houses minimum-security inmates in its Minimum Support Facility which does not have a secure perimeter. The institution houses maximum-security inmates inside of its secure perimeter who are serving long sentences and have proved to be management problems at other institutions.

 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 16, 2012
Contact: Sgt. Levance Quinn
(916) 294-3012