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Walk-away state prison inmate back in custody in Rapid City

RAPID CITY (AP) -- A state prison inmate who walked away from a work assignment last weekend is back in custody. State corrections officials say Alden No Moccasin left his community service job in Rapid City on Saturday without authorization. He ...

RAPID CITY (AP) - A state prison inmate who walked away from a work assignment last weekend is back in custody.

State corrections officials say Alden No Moccasin left his community service job in Rapid City on Saturday without authorization. He was apprehended in the city earlier this week.

No Moccasin was sentenced in 2014 to 5 1/2 years in prison for a second-degree burglary conviction in Pennington County.

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