Federal inmate of Benton, IL pleads guilty to prison escapeMarch 24th, 2010 - 11:46 pm ICT by BNO News
BENTON, ILLINOIS (BNO NEWS) – A man of Benton, Illinois pleaded guilty to one count of escape and attempt to escape from a Marion facility of the Bureau of Prisons in which he was confined due to a sentence imposed by a U.S. District Court, prosecutors announced on Wednesday.
Keith Allen Dunagan, 29, was previously convicted for violating the terms and conditions of his supervised release which was imposed for his prior sentences for drug distribution and health care fraud.
Dunagan escaped custody by walking away from the H-Group facility in Marion on January 18, 2010. He was arrested five days later, on January 23, in Marion, Illinois following a traffic stop by a local policeman.
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