UPDATE: Inmate Who Didn’t Return to Casper Re-Entry Center is Arrested
A man who failed to return to the Casper Re-entry Center last week was arrested over the weekend, according to a news release from the Natrona County Sheriff's Office.
Dakota Jenkins, 25, was wanted for felony escape from official detention.
The jail roster said he was booked in at 5:15 p.m. Saturday.
The initial news release about his escape said Jenkins has multiple tattoos on his arms including a spider and skull, 'Evanston Family Love', and hatchet man, as well as a tattoo of a peace sign on his left ring finger.
Jenkins was participating in the work-release program at the Casper Re-Entry Center but failed to report to his workplace on the morning of March 7.
CRC staff repeatedly contacted him, but he refused to return.
A sheriff's deputy also contacted Jenkins, who still refused to return.
CRC staff then reported him as an escapee to the Sheriff's Office.
Originally, Jenkins was convicted of felony delivery of a controlled substance.