A second walkaway this year has led Jailer Terry Peeples to make changes to the Class D inmate work program.
Kenneth Forrester III of Crittenden was arrested 24 hours after leaving his work duty Nov. 4 at the Grant County Animal Shelter.
Peeples is hoping new policies and procedures will ensure that no inmates escape in the future.
With the exception of two state crews and the 109 Crew that cleans roads and cemeteries, the Grant County Detention Center has suspended its Class D program.
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