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Minimum-custody Inmate Kyle Ingels Walked Away

by Hope Burns last modified Nov 06, 2019 02:31 PM
Minimum-custody inmate Kyle Ingels #98449 has been placed on escape status at approximately 6:48 p.m., Tuesday, after he walked away from the Wichita Work Release Facility.

For Immediate Release

 

November 5, 2019

Contact: 
Paige Coleman, Public Information Officer
620-218-0019
Paige.coleman@ks.gov

 Minimum-custody Inmate Kyle Ingels Walked Away from Wichita Work Release Facility

 Minimum-custody inmate Kyle Ingels #98449 has been placed on escape status at approximately 6:48 p.m., Tuesday, after he walked away from the Wichita Work Release Facility.

 Ingels, a 32-year-old white male, left for work at 10:30 a.m. and was reported missing when he did not report back to the facility following work Tuesday evening. Ingels was last seen wearing a red hoodie with black writing on the sleeves, blue jeans, black boots, and a black baseball cap.

 Ingels is currently serving a 60-month sentence for several convictions in Neosho County including theft, forgery, drug possession, and endangerment of a child. Engels had a prior drug conviction from Neosho County in 2007.

 Ingels is 6 feet tall, 198 pounds with hazel eyes and brown hair.

 Anyone with information on Ingels can call the Kansas Department of Corrections at 620-221-6660, the Kansas Bureau of Investigation at (800) 572-7463 or local law enforcement at 911.

 The walk-away is currently being investigated.  New information will be released as it becomes available.

 The Wichita Work Release Facility, a satellite unit of the Winfield Correctional Facility, is an all-male, minimum-custody state prison with a population of 250.

 

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Photo: Ingels, Kyle #98449

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