Monday, September 16, 2013

Minimum Security Inmates Missing from CSP-Corcoran


CORCORAN, CA - On Sunday, September 15, 2013 at approximately 9:30 p.m. two Level I (Minimum Custody) inmates assigned to work at the Dairy (which is outside of the electrical fence perimeter) were discovered missing.  Inmates Alejandro Flores and Isidro Sanchez were last seen at approximately 7:30 p.m. during an informal count at their job site.

Inmate Flores is a Hispanic inmate with a medium build, dark complexion, brown eyes and brown hair.  He was last seen wearing a white jumpsuit with “CDCR Prisoner” printed on the clothing.  Flores is 27 years old, 5’ 6” and weighs 138 pounds.  He is serving a five-year sentence for Second-degree Robbery.  He was scheduled to parole in July 2016.

Inmate Sanchez is a Hispanic inmate with medium build, light complexion, brown eyes and brown hair.  He was last seen wearing a white jumpsuit with “CDCR Prisoner” printed on the clothing.  Sanchez is 36 years old, 5’ 6” and weighs 172 pounds.  He is serving a two-year sentence for Possession of Marijuana for Sale. Sanchez was scheduled to parole in November 2013.

Prison officials are continuing the search for inmates Flores and Sanchez, and local law-enforcement agencies have been notified.  If anyone sees the inmates, or knows of their whereabouts, please notify local law enforcement officials and California State Prison Corcoran at (559) 992-6120, or call 9-1-1.

CSP-Corcoran opened in 1988 and currently houses approximately 4,300 minimum-, medium-, maximum- and high-security custody inmates.  The Kings County prison offers academic classes and vocational programs as well as community programs and work crews.  The prison employs approximately 2,100 people.




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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 16, 2013
Contact: Lt. Anthony Baer
(559) 992-6104