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Sheriff’s officials: Escaped Huber inmate back in custody

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Ronald White

Ronald White

MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office says escaped Huber inmate, 29-year-old Ronald White, turned himself in just before 3:00 p.m. Thursday. White is a court-ordered Huber release inmate who fled from custody Wednesday night, August 29th after he allegedly beat his girlfriend.

White is on court-ordered Huber release for AODA counseling.  He was sentenced for Operating While Revoked, a third OWI and a second OWI.  He had been in sheriff’s custody since August 15 and on Huber release since August 16.  His release from custody was set for January 30, 2013.  

A warrant for Battery Domestic Violence and for Escape from Custody was issued.

White has an extensive criminal history with charges/convictions dating back to 2000.

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