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Escaped South Dakota prison inmate back in custody

SIOUX FALLS (AP) -- A South Dakota prison inmate who was placed on escape status last week is back in custody. Corrections officials say Sioux Falls police arrested inmate Michael Clark at a Sioux Falls residence on Tuesday afternoon. He is curre...

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SIOUX FALLS (AP) - A South Dakota prison inmate who was placed on escape status last week is back in custody.

Corrections officials say Sioux Falls police arrested inmate Michael Clark at a Sioux Falls residence on Tuesday afternoon. He is currently housed in the Jameson Annex to the South Dakota State Penitentiary.

Authorities say Clark left the Sioux Falls Community Work Center on Thursday to search for a job and didn't return.

Clark is serving eight years behind bars for grand theft in Charles Mix County. He's also serving time for burglary in Miner County.

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