4 Box Elder County inmates who did not return to jail after work release have been recaptured

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

 

UPDATE: Box Elder County Sheriff’s Department stated Friday that now all four inmates have been recaptured and taken into custody. James Dial was taken into custody in Ogden, police stated Friday, and on July 7 police stated the other three had been recaptured “because of the involvement of the community.”

Previous story continues below:

BOX ELDER COUNTY, Utah – Authorities in Box Elder County are asking the public for help locating four jail inmates who did not return following court-ordered work release.

The four inmates were at the Box Elder Sheriff’s Office Jail, which is in Brigham City.

The four inmates are identified and described as follows:

David Corbett is 22 years old, stands 5-feet 8-inches tall and weighs 230 pounds.

Joel Myers is 27 years old, 6-foot 3-inches tall and weighs 260 pounds.

James Dial is 30 years old, stands 5-feet 11-inches tall and weighs 200 pounds.

Jessica Myers is 25 years old, stands 5-feet 7-inches tall and weighs 173 pounds.

Anyone who sees the inmates or who has knowledge of their whereabouts is asked to contact authorities at the jail at 435-734-3834.

8 comments

  • Jan

    I was watching this morning on the report about the work release program. I was upset about the jokes made on this subject. My friends daughter was attacked in Provo, Utah by a man who walked away from a work release program 5 years ago. She should have been dead, but through her spirit to live and the grace of God she did live. Go back and check you new release for June and you will see the full story. He hit her in the head and face with a brick which broke every bone in her face, she lost all of her teeth. He crushed her chest, strangled her and then raped her. I have watched as this young women that has struggled with health issues. This issue should be addressed as how these inmates can just walk away from these programs. Take the time a research this and make a comment on the dangers of people being able to walk away from this program. She was from Cedar City, Utah and was going to collage in Provo. This concerned me and how lightly this was treated.

  • 8ch

    I don’t understand hardly anything about this story. If I knew who to ask or where to look I would want to ask a lot of questions. This article left me with more questions than answers. :(

  • bob

    The correct move for “work release” is have them all on a long chain, breaking rocks with sledge hammers, with a bunch of cops on horseback holding shotguns keeping an eye on them.

    “Work release.” Seriously?

  • mike

    considering the overwhelming majority of “criminals” in jail are non violent drug offenders, we shouldn’t assume these folks are thirsty for blood and revenge on the populous. keep it in perspective, folks.

    • bob

      So? We can debate whether they should be in jail or not, but since they ARE they’re not allowed to walk away.

      Using drugs is a choice. As long as it’s illegal, choose not to do it. This isn’t complicated.

  • nekfeu

    With all other styles of dance, you will find different styles within that genre of dance.
    Not only is DJ Hero appropriate for many ages,
    there’s so many mashups that it never gets old.

    re stuck in or are under how much ever stress, music relieves us and release our stress.

  • bbv

    til I looked at the check which said $9763 , I be certain that…my… friend woz like they say realey erning money part-time online. . there uncles cousin haz done this for under seventeen months and by now took care of the loans on their mini mansion and purchased a gorgeous Renault 4 . Read Full Artic.Get More Detail Here

Comments are closed.