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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville inmate has been re-captured after he walked out of Metro Corrections without permission, according to an arrest report.
Authorities say that on Wednesday, 44-year-old Don Bryant "concealed" himself among other inmates who were scheduled for release.
Bryant was not supposed to be released at that time, according to an arrest report.
When that group of inmates was released from jail, Bryant left with them, according to the arrest report.
Authorities say he had no release paperwork and he exited the building "unlawfully."
He was re-arrested shortly after 6:30 p.m. on Thursday at his home on Maple Road, near Smyrna Pkwy. and the Gene Snyder Freeway, and charged with escape, according to the report.
On Friday afternoon, the Louisville Metro Corrections released the following statement:
"On August 15, 2012, Inmate Donald Bryant, while awaiting classification and housing, was able to blend in undetected with a group of inmates being out-processed and was released in error. Most importantly, Director Bolton reports Mr. Bryant was returned to custody by Metro Corrections officers the following morning and charged with Escape.
Corrections Director Mark Bolton reports any time there is a break down in the release process is one occurrence too many.
Director Bolton has ordered an immediate review of the Metro Corrections release protocols and has ordered an internal investigation into staff responsible for the error.
Mr. Bryant was booked into Metro Corrections on Wednesday, August 15 by Metro Corrections HIP staff on a bench warrant for Possession of a controlled substance and Probation violation.
Mr. Bryant was arraigned this morning in District Court and released on his own recognizance on the Escape charge and ordered to report to the Metro Corrections Day Reporting Program along with return to the Home Incarceration Program.
Metro Corrections books and releases over 45,000 people annually."