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Devils Lake inmate who allegedly walked away from jail recaptured

DEVILS LAKE--A Devils Lake inmate who officials said walked away from work release more than a week ago has been apprehended. Jeremy Jeff Enno, 31, was booked at 8:35 p.m. Friday into the Lake Region Law Enforcement Center by the Ramsey County Sh...

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DEVILS LAKE-A Devils Lake inmate who officials said walked away from work release more than a week ago has been apprehended.

Jeremy Jeff Enno, 31, was booked at 8:35 p.m. Friday into the Lake Region Law Enforcement Center by the Ramsey County Sheriff's Department, according to an inmate roster report. It's unclear where and how he was captured. Sheriff Steve Nelson was unavailable for comment.

Enno was released Aug. 18 from the LEC to look for a job but never returned, LEC Director Rob Johnson said in a news release. The inmate had been serving a sentence for false reports to law enforcement or other security officials as well as a probation violation. He was scheduled for release Nov. 14.

He now faces escape charges.

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