DOVER, Del. - An inmate is in custody, after authorities say he was wanted for not returning to a community correctional center from an approved pass, in Dover.
The Department of Corrections says on Friday, 33-year-old Tyrell Redwine, an inmate at Morris Community Corrections Center (MCCC) in Dover, was taken into custody by Delaware State Police Troop 3. Redwine was wanted for not returning to MCCC from an approved job seeking pass on Thursday, in Dover.
He was turned over to the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center for violation of probation-escape after conviction on $5,000 cash bail.
Law enforcement is looking for an inmate who they say did not return from an approved job seeking pass, in Dover.
The Delaware Department of Corrections says 33-year-old Tyrell Redwine, an inmate at Morris Community Correctional Center (MCCC) in Dover, did not return from an approved job seeking pass, on Thursday. Authorities have issued a warrant for escape after conviction, since Redwines's whereabouts ate unknown and unauthorized at this time.
According to DOC officials, Redwine is described as standing 5'06" tall, weighing 165 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes. His last know address is in Seaford, DE. The 33-year-old is currently serving time for failure to verify address.
MCCC is a level four Community Corrections Center. Community Corrections Centers are level 4 facilities that helps those who are transitioning back into the community. Level four facilities are not secured like level five facilities. At level four facilities, offenders are allowed to leave the facility to go to work, seek jobs, or attend approved treatment sessions.
Anyone with information related to the whereabouts of Redwine is asked to call the Department of Corrections at 800-542-9524 or your local police department.
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