Davenport work-release inmate escapes a second time

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An inmate has disappeared from a Davenport work-release facility.

A spokesperson from the Iowa Department of Corrections said 24-year-old Tyler Sebastian Lampe was placed on escape status at 11:30 p.m. Saturday, April 19, 2014.

In July of 2010 Lampe started serving a 15-year sentence for intimidation with a dangerous weapon after he was convicted in Clinton County, Iowa.

Lampe was later convicted of escape by a felon in connection with a 2012 incident, during which he was missing from a local work-release facility for nearly a month before he was captured. 

Court records show he had been transferred again to the work-release facility in January 2014.

Lampe is described as 5-feet, 9-inches tall and weighs 150 pounds. He has brown hair, hazel eyes, and a tattoo on his upper left arm.

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

Tyler Lampe photo from Iowa Department of Corrections

Tyler Lampe photo from Iowa Department of Corrections