NDOC recaptures walkaway from Las Vegas transitional housing
UPDATE (Dec. 1) -- The Nevada Department of Corrections said it recaptured a walkaway from a Las Vegas facility, ten days after he walked away.
Ashley Daniels, 32, was recaptured Thursday morning in Las Vegas, NDOC said. NDOC didn’t provide additional details on his recapture.
Daniels walked away from Casa Grande Transitional Housing on Nov. 21 after a work assignment. Daniels is service 18-48 months for attempted possession of a stolen vehicle. NDOC said additional charges are pending.
Original story: LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) - The Nevada Department of Corrections reported another walkaway from a Las Vegas transitional housing facility; the second in less than a week.
NDOC said Ashley Daniels, 32, didn’t return to Casa Grande Transitional Housing Monday after a work assignment. NDOC said Daniels was missing from the emergency count on Monday.
Daniels had gone on a work assignment Sunday afternoon, NDOC said, but didn’t return at the end of his shift early Monday.
Daniels was serving a sentence of 18-48 months for attempted possession of a stolen vehicle.
NDOC describes Daniels as 5′10″ tall, weighing 185 lbs with brown eyes and black hair. Daniels has an 8-inch scar on his right arm. His tattoos include:
- “LBC” on his right hand
- “Kahil Camarion” with “KC” in a crown on his right forearm
- “Keosha” on his left forearm
NDOC said a retake warrant has been issued for Daniels and law enforcement has been notified. Anyone with information on Daniels’ whereabouts is asked to call 911.
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