(WBTW) – The Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office says the inmate who walked away from a work detail in Georgetown is now in custody.
“Samuel Robinson, 37, of Andrews has been taken into custody after leaving the litter unit near Highway 521 Mini-Mart this morning,” the sheriff’s office says.
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GEORGETOWN, S.C. (WCBD) – Authorities in Georgetown are searching for an inmate who walked away from work detail.
Deputies say 37-year-old Samuel Robinson walked away from a Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office Litter Patrol Unit near the Highway 521 mini-mart Wednesday morning.
Robinson is described as a white male, 5’7” in height, 170 LBS with brown hair and brown eyes.
He was wearing a light blue shirt, dark blue pants and GCDC uniform when he escaped work details.
Deputies say Robinson was in jail on a family court violation and is considered a low risk,
If you see Robinson or know where he may be, you are asked to contact the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office or call 911.
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