BREAKING: California Inmate Who Escaped Prison Camp 13 Years Ago Found and Captured in New York City - Reportgist

BREAKING: California Inmate Who Escaped Prison Camp 13 Years Ago Found and Captured in New York City

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He had a good run.

A California inmate who escaped a prison camp almost 13 years ago was finally recaptured in the Big Apple last month, officials recently revealed.>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

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Eduardo Hernandez, aged 42, managed to escape from the Delta Conservation Camp while serving time for armed carjacking. The incident occurred on November 15, 2011, as reported by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

After over ten years on the run, Hernandez was apprehended in New York City on May 20. Authorities plan to transport him back to California to serve the remainder of his prison sentence.

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More details about his arrest were not provided by California officials and an email to the NYPD was not immediately returned Sunday night.

He escaped from the Delta Conservation Camp in 2011. He escaped from the Delta Conservation Camp in 2011. Google maps

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Hernandez’s case will be turned over to the Solano County District Attorney’s Office for possible escape charges.

The fugitive initially started a 13-year prison rap on Aug. 4, 2005 and had served six years before his escape.

Hernandez, along with another inmate, was last spotted at 4:30 a.m. on the day of the escape. They were seen at the Delta Conservation Camp in Suisun City, dressed in orange blaze-colored attire with “CDCR prisoner” printed on the back of their shirts, according to CBS News Sacramento.

The inmate who escaped with him, Jose Padilla, is still on the lam, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The prison camp where Hernandez was serving time is jointly operated by the corrections department and the state’s Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

“The primary mission of the camp is to provide incarcerated fire crews for fire suppression in the Sonoma, Lake, Napa Unit and Solano County areas,” the state’s corrections department stated.

“However, crews can be dispatched throughout the state. In addition to fire suppression, incarcerated hand crews provide a workforce for conservation projects.”

Corrections officials said since 1977, 99% of inmates who “left an adult institution, camp, or community-based program without permission have been apprehended.”>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

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