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Missing Lincoln inmate arrested by Omaha police
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Missing Lincoln inmate arrested by Omaha police


An inmate of Community Corrections Center-Lincoln was arrested Wednesday by Omaha police after not returning Jan. 6.

Anthony Durand was found near 48th and Izard streets, state prisons officials said in a news release.

Durand is serving three years for Douglas County charges, including possession of methamphetamine, theft by unlawful taking and operating a motor vehicle to avoid arrest. He started serving his sentence Sept. 18. 

Anthony Durand

Anthony Durand

Community Corrections Center-Lincoln allows inmates to participate in work opportunities, school and religious services without direct supervision. 

Inmate missing from Lincoln community correctional facility



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Samantha Bernt is a Fremont native and a junior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln majoring in journalism and broadcasting. She joined the Journal Star in 2019 as a reporting intern.

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