Update: Inmate who escaped turns self in


An inmate who didn’t return from the Lincoln Community Corrections Center in Lincoln Monday has turned himself in.

Antwon Williams turned himself in, Thursday morning, according to authorities.

He left the facility for work Monday morning and did not return.

A warrant was issued for his arrest.

Williams is serving 14-20 years on two counts of first-degree forgery out of Douglas County.

He’s expected release date was in the fall of 2022, and he was eligible for parole starting in October of this year.

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Authorities said an inmate has been declared missing from a Lincoln correctional center. 

Nebraska Department of Correctional Services said Antwon Williams did not return to the Community Corrections Center-Lincoln after going to his workplace Monday morning, 

CCC-L is one of two community custody facilities operated by NDCS. Community custody is the lowest custody level and the least restrictive facility. Inmates are allowed to participate in work opportunities, attend school and religious services with prior approval and without direct supervision.

Williams is serving a 14- to 20-year sentence on two counts of first degree forgery out of Douglas County. He has a tentative release date of November 17, 2022 and a parole eligibility date of October 30, 2019. Williams is scheduled for a hearing before the Board of Parole on October 1, 2019.

Williams is a 38-year old male, 6’ 2” tall, 200 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with knowledge of his whereabouts is asked to contact local authorities or the Nebraska State Patrol.

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