A.D.C. Inmate that Walked Away from Work Program Back in Custody


Arkansas Department of Corrections Officers with the Texarkana Regional Correction Center report that Joshua Bean, 35, who walked away from his work-release program on Monday has been recaptured and returned to custody.

Joshua Bean

ADC officials were notified on Monday at 10:45 p.m. that Joshua Bean had walked away from M&M Milling in Texarkana, Arkansas where the inmate participated in a work-release program.

ADC officials report that at 11:09 a.m. Tuesday, Bean was back in custody at T.R.C.C.

This is the second inmate to walk away from M&M Milling that FYI has reported on, an inmate by the name of Patterson also walked away from that location in October of 2015.

Bean has been serving a 15-year sentence for burglary and theft of property out of Garland County, Arkansas and will be facing additional charges and time for his actions.

The Arkansas Department of Corrections continues to investigate the incident.


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