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State Prison Inmate Daniel Eisenbraun Placed on Escape Status

October 17, 2017

State Prison Inmate Daniel Eisenbraun Placed on Escape Status

RAPID CITY, S.D.- A state prison inmate has been placed on escape status after failing to return to a minimum-security unit following a search for employment.

Inmate Daniel Eisenbraun, age 20, was supposed to return to the Rapid City Community Work Center following a work release job search today. Escape procedures were enacted when Eisenbraun failed to return at the designated time.

Eisenbraun is a white male. He is 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs approximately 160 pounds. He has brown hair and hazel eyes.

Eisenbraun was serving a two-year sentence for a grand theft conviction out of Meade County and a two-year sentence for a possession of a controlled substance from Pennington County. Additional information is available on the offender locator on the Department of Corrections website at doc.sd.gov/adult/lookup/.

Anyone who sees Eisenbraun or knows of his whereabouts should contact local law enforcement immediately.

Failing to return to custody following an assignment or temporary leave constitutes second-degree escape, a Class 5 felony, and is punishable by a maximum of five years in prison. South Dakota Codified Law 22-11A-5 states that any person who conceals
any prisoner knowing that the prisoner has escaped is guilty of a Class 5 felony.

There are more than 200 minimum-security inmates statewide assigned to the work release program.