Two minimum-security inmates missing from Corcoran
Last Updated: 87 days ago
CORCORAN, Calif. - Two minimum-custody inmates assigned to work at the Dairy, outside of the electrical fence perimeter, were discovered missing at about 9:30 p.m. Sunday.
Inmates Alejandro Flores and Isidro Sanchez were last seen at approximately 7:30 p.m. during an informal count at their job site.
Flores is a Hispanic inmate with a medium build, dark complexion, brown eyes and brown hair. He was last seen wearing a white jumpsuit with “CDCR Prisoner” printed it. Flores is 27 years old, 5-feet-6-inches and weighs 138 pounds. He is serving a five-year sentence for second-degree robbery. He was scheduled to parole in July 2016.
Sanchez is a Hispanic inmate with medium build, light complexion, brown eyes and brown hair. He was last seen wearing a white jumpsuit with “CDCR Prisoner” printed on it. Sanchez is 36 years old, 5-feet-6-inches and weighs 172 pounds. He is serving a two-year sentence for possession of marijuana for sale. Sanchez was scheduled to parole in November 2013.
Prison officials are continuing the search for Flores and Sanchez, and local law-enforcement agencies have been notified.
If anyone sees the inmates, or knows of their whereabouts, please notify local law enforcement officials and California State Prison Corcoran at (559) 992-6120, or call 9-1-1.
CSP-Corcoran houses approximately 4,300 minimum-, medium-, maximum- and high-security custody inmates. The Kings County prison offers academic classes and vocational programs as well as community programs and work crews. The prison employs approximately 2,100 people.
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