UPDATE: Prisoner Missing from Baldwin Co. Prison Facility Captur

UPDATE: Prisoner Missing from Baldwin Co. Prison Facility Captured

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LOXLEY, Alabama -

UPDATE: Prison officials say 27-year-old Tommy Goleman was tracked and recaptured by ADOC K9 units from Fountain CF.

He was recaptured in a swampy area near Cabinet Shop rd and County Rd 64 about two miles from the Loxley facility.

Baldwin County SO assisted in the apprehension. Goleman was returned to Holman CF.

Prison officials say Goleman went missing from a work-release center in Baldwin County.

He is serving a three-year sentence for theft out of Mobile County. Goleman was sentenced on April 23.

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