December 5, 2013
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Department of Corrections officials are
looking for an inmate who escaped from a minimum-security facility
in Decatur, the second time he has turned fugitive in recent years.
Spokesman Brian Corbett said Monday that 24-year-old Jonathan
Fulmer ran away from the Decatur Community Work Center on Friday.
Fulmer was serving time for robbery, burglary, receivning stolen
property and for escaping from the Morgan County Jail in 2007.
Corbett said Fulmer was approved to work outside the facility but was not on a work detail when he escaped.
He was discovered missing during a roster count.
Fulmer's next parole hearing is in January 2011 but he is not
scheduled to complete his full sentence until January 2022.
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