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Dauphin Correctional Centre escapees quickly rounded up by RCMP

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This article was published 26/10/2015 (1625 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

Three inmates who escaped from the Dauphin Correctional Centre are back in police custody after being on the lam for about three hours Sunday.

Just after midnight Sunday, Dauphin RCMP officers received a report that three inmates had escaped by climbing over a fence and were last seen heading east. Then, officers got a call about a garage break-in nearby and arrested one of the escapees during a search of the area.

The other two inmates were arrested in the Swan River area around 3:30 a.m.

Victor Norbert St. Paul, 27, from the Ebb and Flow First Nation, Chad Robert Woods, 23, from the Crane River First Nation, David Harvey Barker, 21, from the Shoal River Indian Reserve, have each been charged with escaping custody.

 

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