Man Escapes From CCA On Monday During Mowing Detail

Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Robert Lee Neal
Robert Lee Neal

Authorities are seeking information on a prisoner who escaped on Monday, during a work detail.

A work detail from CCA was mowing grass around Sequoyah Vocational Technical Center Monday. Around 10:30 a.m., Robert Lee Neal who was part of the work detail mowing was seen leaving, without permission, the area in a maroon vehicle.

Robert Lee Neal, 22, 5’1”, and 135 pounds, is from the Soddy Daisy area of Hamilton County. He has a lengthy arrest history and was incarcerated at CCA on charges of theft, possession of controlled substance, three counts of vandalism, evading arrest and driving on a revoked licenses. He is now facing the additional charge of escape.

The Hamilton County Fugitive Division is requesting anyone with knowledge on the whereabouts of Robert Lee Neal to call Crimestoppers at 423 698-3333 or the Sheriff’s Dispatcher 423 622-0022.

 


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