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Nebraska Escapee Wanted In Iowa Back In Custody

March 30, 2012, 3:55 PM

Nebraska Escapee Wanted In Iowa Back In Custody

A Sioux Falls man who escaped from a Knox County, Nebraska, jail is back in custody after a chase.

Knox County Sheriff Don Henery says 32-year-old Michael James Sigsbee escaped from the exercise yard of the county jail in Center, Nebraska, on Thursday morning.  Officers chased Sigsbee on foot until he stole a vehicle in Center. A Knox County deputy shot out a front tire but Sigsbee kept driving until he crashed through a pasture gate southeast of Center. He was captured a half-mile from the crash.

Sigsbee is being held on a theft charge. He's also wanted in Iowa, where an arrest warrant was issued from Sioux County. Charges include forgery, theft, and controlled substance violations.

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