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Inmate missing from work furlough turns self in

By Star-Advertiser staff


A 43-year-old Laumaka Work Furlough Center inmate failed to return from furlough on Saturday and now faces an escape charge.

Jeffrey Andrzejewski, who was sentenced in 2007 for first-degree burglary, second-degree theft and kidnapping, was allowed to leave on furlough Saturday morning on a day pass to spend time with family. He failed to return by 8 p.m. Saturday.

When he didn't return on Saturday, Laumaka officials notified the sheriff’s department. 

Andrzejewski turned himself into police Tuesday morning.

He was transferred to Laumaka in April and had a parole hearing scheduled for Nov. 20. 

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loquaciousone wrote:
I'm going out on a limb and say that his hearing is cancelled.
on November 14,2012 | 09:26AM
cojef wrote:
Privileges abused and he expects to be rewarded because he turned himself in. Not ready to be join society yet.
on November 14,2012 | 09:35AM
Pocho wrote:
he was going to get a parole hearing in a weeks time. Now look what he done LOLO I tell you
on November 14,2012 | 11:38AM
juscasting wrote:
He did it on purpose! Recidivism.....He knows he is not ready, too much uncertainty about his freedom...Criminal Justice 101.....
on November 14,2012 | 12:15PM
loquaciousone wrote:
Of course. He has a roof over his head, 3 squares a day, tv, a nice bed, and he doesn't have to rush to work everyday. Hey...you think if I throw a rock through that bank window they might let me in.....
on November 14,2012 | 01:03PM
honopic wrote:
To quote Rocky: GO FOR IT!
on November 14,2012 | 05:06PM
ejkorvette wrote:
Good Boy. You nevah do noting wrong.
on November 14,2012 | 10:48PM
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