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Law enforcement searching for another escapee from Beje Clark

This news story was published on December 27, 2011.
Advertise on NIT Subscribe to NIT has learned in addition to 32-year-old Willie York law enforcement is searching for a 2nd escapee from Beje Clark.

The 2nd escapee is 19-year-old Jeremiah Olarr Kimbrough. Mason City police were dispatched to Beje Clark for a subject being absent from custody on December 8th. The incident report said a warrant was applied for.

According to the Cerro Gordo County Sheriff’s active arrest warrant report, a warrant for Jeremiah Kimbrough was issued on December 9th with a $5000 bond for escape of a felon.

Jeremiah Kimbrough is described as 6-3, 176lbs with brown eyes. Kimbrough was sentenced to Beje Clark on October 10th for violations of probation on felony 3rd degree burglary and a felony 2nd degree theft out of Story County.

In addition to the Cerro Gordo County felony escape of a felon warrant, Story County issued a warrant for Kimbrough on December 16th for violation of probation related to the escape.

Beje Clark has called law enforcement in relation to individuals being absent from the institution over 20 times in 2011.

Two following absent individuals were captured in the last four weeks.

Clay Kalvig was captured in Minnesota following his alleged “escape of felon” charge from November. Kalvig was returned to the Cerro Gordo County jail on December 1st where he remains on$10,000 cash or surety bond and a Beje Clark hold.

Rusty Kopps was captured by law enforcement on December 18th following his alleged “escape of felon” charge from December 10th. Kopps remains in the Cerro Gordo County jail on $5,000 cash or surety bond and a Beje Clark hold.

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5 Responses to Law enforcement searching for another escapee from Beje Clark

  1. concerned Reply Report comment

    December 31, 2011 at 1:40 pm

    This town really needs to close that place down. seriously with all the “hardcore” offenders in there……did the city even consider there are children in this town and beje has played host to many of them. just wait one day something will happen and ill be the person standing back saying “I TOLD YOU SO!”

  2. Runner Reply Report comment

    December 29, 2011 at 2:13 pm

    I ran from there also it was as easy as walking out the door and walking away from the building

  3. Peter Reply Report comment

    December 28, 2011 at 12:47 pm

    some of those people are way too hardcore criminal to be in such a program. attempted murder? geez, they should be no where near mason city civilian population.

  4. Patriot Reply Report comment

    December 27, 2011 at 5:22 pm

    Rough year for BJ, seems there system isn’t working out very well. To much freedom I’m afraid. I know this is supposed to be for these people to transition back ito society, but seems most of these people look at it as an easy way to get back out into society ahead of schedule.

    Maybe time to rethink this system, possibly they need electronic trackers or something.

  5. OneEyed Reply Report comment

    December 27, 2011 at 4:22 pm

    Are you kidding me??? Whos running security out there? They need to be fired!! and York should have been in prison!