A Larch Corrections Center inmate who walked away from a work site in June and evaded capture for nearly two weeks will serve an additional 29 months in prison for his escape.
VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) — A Larch Corrections Center inmate who walked away from a work site in June and evaded capture for nearly two weeks will serve an additional 29 months in prison for his escape.
The Columbian reports) that 46-year-old Randall Marlow pleaded guilty in Clark County Superior Court Wednesday to escaping community custody. He had previously been scheduled to be released Dec. 14, 2016 after serving a sentence for property crimes committed in Snohomish County.
Marlow and another inmate, 33-year-old Donald McLain, walked away from a work crew job site June 16. McLain was captured eight hours later but it took authorities until June 29 to capture Marlow.
McLain was sentenced to 36 additional months in prison on Aug. 7.
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