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Inmate walks away from custody in Devils Lake

DEVILS LAKE -- An inmate has walked away from a Devils Lake-based re-entry center. Jessica Marie Cavanaugh, 24, of St. Michael, N.D., was signed out of the Lake Region Residential Re-entry Center at 1 p.m. Thursday, according to a news release fr...

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DEVILS LAKE -- An inmate has walked away from a Devils Lake-based re-entry center.

Jessica Marie Cavanaugh, 24, of St. Michael, N.D., was signed out of the Lake Region Residential Re-entry Center at 1 p.m. Thursday, according to a news release from the Lake Region Law Enforcement Center, a multicounty detention center. Cavanaugh did not return at her designated time and was classified as absconding. Attempts by law enforcement to reach her have failed.

The Native American woman is 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 160 pounds, according to the release. She has brown eyes and shoulder-length hair.

She was serving time for a probation violation charge handed down by Towner County District Court, the release stated. Her release date was set for March 3.

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Cavanaugh is not considered dangerous, but those with information that would lead to her capture should call their local law enforcement agency.

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