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LAS VEGAS (AP) — For the second time in two weeks, prison officials in Nevada say an inmate walked away from a minimum-custody work camp
The Nevada Department of Corrections said Wednesday that 44-year-old Mary Mitchell was reported missing following a head count late Tuesday at the Jean Conservation Camp. That's about 30 miles south of Las Vegas.
Mitchell was serving a 20-to-50 month sentence for theft and burglary convictions.
She's 5 feet 4 inches tall with brown eyes, dark brown hair and multiple tattoos including permanent makeup on her eyes and lips.
Meanwhile, a prisons spokeswoman says 37-year-old Jeremy Bryson is back in custody following his arrest Monday in the Las Vegas area.
Bryson had been reported missing Dec. 8 from the Pioche (pee-OH'-sh) Conservation Camp, about 180 miles north of Las Vegas.
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