Lincoln Inmate Drops Tracking Device And Walks Away From Correctional Facility, Police Say | Crime and courts

A 20-year-old woman who had been incarcerated at the Lincoln Community Correctional Center failed to return from her offsite job on Monday and later abandoned her electronic monitoring device, authorities say.

Torrien Harris, who was serving a 14-month sentence for burglary and theft, left the tracking device near Northwest 12th and West Bond streets in Lincoln on Monday, the Department of Corrections said in a news release.

Harris was already eligible for parole and was four months away from his parole date, the department said.

She is 5ft 6in and weighs 158lbs with brown hair and hazel eyes. Authorities asked anyone who knows Harris’s whereabouts to contact local authorities or the Nebraska State Patrol.

Lincoln Community Correctional Center inmates are permitted to participate in work opportunities and attend school and church services without direct supervision.

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