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Inmate missing from South Dakota minimum-security prison in Yankton apprehended in Nebraska

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YANKTON, South Dakota — An inmate who went missing from the minimum-security state prison in Yankton is back in custody.

South Dakota Corrections officials say 35-year-old Jack Williams was apprehended in South Sioux City, Nebraska, early Monday.

Williams had been placed on escape status on Sunday after he failed to return from his work-release shift at a local business.

Williams is serving time on forgery- and drug-related convictions in Union County.

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