The Correctional Support of Canada says it is performing with police to find a 30-yr-old minimum safety Saskatchewan Penitentiary inmate.
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Staff members could not account for Johnathan Jeffery Kessel, 30, when they performed the 11:50 a.m. count at the Prince Albert area jail on Tuesday.
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The CSC, which operates federal correctional institutions, in a media launch stated it “immediately contacted” the Prince Albert Law enforcement Services and the Prince Albert detachment of the RCMP and a warrant has been issued for Kessel’s arrest.
Kessel is serving a two-year jail sentence for robbery.
The CSC explained it “has specified the police all of the data offered to support arrest the inmate.” It will look into the instances of the incident, it said in the media release.
The Riverbend Establishment is the prison’s bare minimum protection unit.
Kessel is described as 5′ 10″, weighing 194 lbs, with a truthful complexion, blue eyes and brown hair.
Any one with details is requested to speak to police.
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