Three Inmates Recaptured After Escaping Dauphin Jail

Three Inmates Recaptured After Escaping Dauphin Jail

RCMP Crest LogoThree inmates are back in custody after escaping from Dauphin Correctional Centre on Sunday.

Just after midnight, the three escape by climbing over a fence and heading east. RCMP say they were notified of a break-in to a garage moments later at a nearby home.

One of the suspects was arrested about 30 minutes later, while the other two were arrested in the Swan River area at around 3:30 a.m.

Victor Norbert St. Paul, 27, from the Ebb and Flow First Nation, Chad Robert Woods, 23, from the Crane River First Nation, David Harvey Barker, 21, from the Shoal River Indian Reserve, have each been charged with escaping from custody.

— Staff

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