Davenport escapee caught

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Updated September 10, 2012: 

Police said Davenport escapee Tyler Lampe was in the Scott County Jail after nearly a month on the run.

Authorities reported Lampe walked away from a work-release facility in Davenport Monday, August 13, 2012.

Jail records showed Lampe was booked into the Scott County Jail just before 2 p.m. Monday, September 10, 2012.

Original story August 13, 2012:

Police say they’re searching for a man who allegedly escaped from a Davenport, Iowa work-release facility Monday, August 13, 2012.

Tyler Sebastian Lampe, 22, was convicted of intimidation with a dangerous weapon in Clinton County, Iowa in connection with him firing shots at a moving vehicle in March 2010.  He began serving a maximum 10-year prison sentence July 30, 2010. 

Lampe was granted a work release by the Iowa Board of Parole.  He was transferred to the minimum security program at the Davenport Residential Correctional Facility April 27, 2012.

Police said Lampe was placed on escape status from the Davenport facility at 10:40 a.m. August 13.

Lampe is 22 and has brown hair and hazel eyes.  He has a tattoo on his upper left arm and a scar on his left wrist. 

Anyone with information about Lampe should contact Davenport Police or the Scott County Sheriff’s Department.