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Prison Inmate Escape – John Bennett Unit, Fort Madison

This news story was published on September 17, 2012.
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Steven Adcock, a minimum outs worker from John Bennett Unit at Fort Madison escaped from a work detail on Keokuk, Iowa. He was last seen by his Keokuk city work supervisor at 11:35 am today.

Adcock was admitted to prison on January 24, 2011 and was serving a 16-year sentence for the following sentences: Habitual Offender by Burglary-3rd degree (Johnson County); Burglary-3rd degree (Clayton County); Burglary-3rd degree (Muscatine County); Theft-2nd, Eluding, and two counts of drug possession (Polk County).

Information as to Adcock’s whereabouts should be reported to the Keokuk Police Department or Lee County Sheriff’s Department. Iowa State Penitentiary teams have joined local law enforcement in the search.

AGE: 42
SEX: Male
RACE: White
HAIR: Black (Bald)
EYES: Brown
HEIGHT: 5’10”
WEIGHT: 240 lbs.
PHYSICAL IDENTIFIERS: Left forearm Skull and “SWP”, Under right arm Gun with Lady; Right Shoulder a face with “Pamela Jo”, right chest “skins” w/ swastika

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