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Authorities: 'High-risk inmate' set to be released

A "high-risk inmate" serving prison time is set to be released Sunday, according to the South Dakota Department of Corrections. Moses Waggoner, 24, is serving a three-year sentence for aggravated assault in Yankton County. He will not be under su...

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A "high-risk inmate" serving prison time is set to be released Sunday, according to the South Dakota Department of Corrections.

Moses Waggoner, 24, is serving a three-year sentence for aggravated assault in Yankton County. He will not be under supervision, such as parole.

"Based on his criminal history, institutional disciplinary record and institutional assessments that indicate a high risk for committing future acts of violence, I am alerting law enforcement and the public of this offender's pending release from prison," said Corrections Secretary Denny Kaemingk.

Waggoner has indicated he plans to live in Yankton upon his release. He is described as 5-feet-5-inches and weighs approximately 150 pounds.

Since 2011, the Department of Corrections has issued nine public notices of pending high-risk inmate releases and one public notice of a high-profile inmate release.

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