Escaped Nevada inmate found at Northern California home of dead man

ANTELOPE  — An inmate who walked away from a Nevada detention camp was arrested at a Northern California home where another man was found dead, authorities said Wednesday.

Jonathan Collin Autry, 34, was taken into custody on suspicion of homicide Tuesday at an apartment in the Sacramento suburb of Antelope, according to a statement from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office.

It wasn’t immediately clear whether Autry had an attorney to speak for him.

On Sunday, Autry walked away from the Stewart Conservation Detention Camp in Carson City, Nevada, which houses up to 360 minimum custody and community trustee inmates.

Autry was serving two to five years for money fraud, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.

On Tuesday, Sacramento County sheriff’s deputies were called to the Antelope apartment to check on the welfare of a resident but couldn’t get anyone to answer the door, authorities said.

Sam Son

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