Inmate fails to return to Community Corrections Center-Lincoln

Keith Duckett
Courtesy: Nebraska Department of Correctional Services

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — An inmate from the Community Corrections Center-Lincoln is on the loose.

Keith Duckett went to his job but didn’t come back on Friday, the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services said.

Duckett, 26, is a Black man with brown hair and brown eyes. He stands 5-foot-7 and weights 180 pounds.

If you know where he might be, you should call local police or the Nebraska State Patrol.

Duckett was sentenced in Douglas County for charges including third-degree domestic assault, theft and possession of a deadly weapon by a prohibited person.

He began his sentence of four to 10 years in April 2021. He had a tentative release date of Nov. 21, 2025, and had a parole hearing scheduled for February.

The prison in Lincoln is one of two community-custody facilities in the state correctional system.

In community custody, inmates can go to work, school or religious services with prior approval.

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