RAPID CITY, South Dakota — Law enforcement authorities are searching for a South Dakota inmate participating in a work release program who is missing.
The state's Department of Corrections says 33-year-old Scott Kallstrom left the Rapid City Minimum Unit Saturday morning, but he never showed up at work.
Kallstrom is serving an 8-year sentence for a fifth driving while intoxicated offense. He is described as 6-foot-3, 265-pound white man.
State officials did not say where Kallstrom works.
State officials say about 200 of the 900 minimum-security inmates in the state are on work release status. Of those 56 are in the Rapid City area.