Inmate missing from work release in FD
FORT DODGE (AP) - An inmate at a work-release facility in Fort Dodge has been reported missing.
The Iowa Department of Corrections says 37-year-old Brad Allen Gully didn't return to the facility after leaving on furlough to seek work. He was listed as escaped on Friday.
The department said Gully is serving a 10-year sentence for robbery and voluntary absence out of Webster and Marshall counties. His sentence began in October 2004, and he was sent to the Fort Dodge center on March 29.
Operating while intoxicated, second-offense - Eduardo Rocha, 55, 1419 Eighth Ave. S., transferred to District Court.
Speeding - Eduardo Rocha, 55, 1419 Eighth Ave. S., continued 180 days.
Open container - Eduardo Rocha, 55, 1419 Eighth Ave. S., continued 180 days.
No insurance - Eduardo Rocha, 55, 1419 Eighth Ave. S., continued 180 days.
Escape - Nathan Allen Peterson, 25, Rolfe, transferred to Correctional Facility.
Operating while intoxicated, first-offense - Lance Lane Utley, 1603 Fourth Ave. S., preliminary hearing set for April 26.
No driver's license - Santana Markin, $330.00.
No seat belt - Santana Markin, $127.50.