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'666' prisoner given more time after running from police on furlough

'666' prisoner given more time after running from police on furlough
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YAKIMA, Wash. -- There will be more prison time for the Yakima County Jail inmate arrested after not returning from a furlough.

Nearly a 60-month sentence was handed down against Jacob Lucey for his original car-theft charges.

The judge slapped on about 14 months of that for not returning to jail in November.

He was let out of jail for 24 hours in November, claiming he was going to see his dying mother.

Police brought him back into custody after a manhunt.
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