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Inmate escape from Shutter Creek Correctional Institution back in custody
by Oregon State Media, Inc.
Published on Thursday April 14, 2016    11:26 PM     
 
An Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) inmate escaped this evening from Shutter Creek Correctional Institution (SCCI) in North Bend. Oregon State Police is responding.

SCCI staff discovered inmate Justin Alley missing at approximately 7:20 p.m., Thursday, April 14, 2016.

Alley is a 34-year-old Caucasian male, 5 feet 10 inches tall, 170 pounds, with blond hair, and blue eyes. He is most likely wearing blue jeans with the word "inmate" and the DOC logo stenciled on the knee in orange (or red shorts), a blue t-shirt, blue denim button-up shirt, and denim jacket all with the word "inmate" and the DOC logo stenciled in orange on the front and back.

Alley entered DOC custody on January 5, 2016, on one count of burglary in the first degree out of Lane County. His earliest release date is May 21, 2018.

Anyone with information regarding Alley's whereabouts is asked to call Oregon State Police at 1-800-452-7888.

SCCI is a minimum-security prison in North Bend that houses approximately 286 male inmates who are within four years of release. SCCI serves as a transition and re-entry facility and is focused on cognitive programming, work programs, and preparing inmates for return to the community. Inmates work on the institution site in the physical plant, kitchen and dining hall, warehouse, receiving and discharge, laundry, and prison grounds. Inmates also work on outside crews, primarily with the Department of Forestry, providing services throughout the year as trained wildland firefighters. Originally an Air National Guard radar station, the facility was converted into a prison in 1990.