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Authorities search for missing inmate

FRONT ROYAL -- Law enforcement officers are looking for a work-release inmate from the Warren County Jail who failed to return at 7 p.m. Monday.

Theodore James Shuck, 31, is described as 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighing 150 pounds. Shuck was serving time for construction fraud and drug distribution, Sheriff Danny T. McEathron said in a news release.

A misdemeanor warrant has been issued for Shuck's arrest. Anyone with information is asked to call the Sheriff's Office at 635-4128.


How can he be 'missing' or is that what the sheriff called it?
If someone is supposed to be incarcerated and they are not there, it's called ESCAPED!!!

I believe I heard he was a work release there John. --- ??? pay attention.

You don't think you can ESCAPE from work release?
It happens ALL THE TIME!!!

Hey Lilly; Work release implies, you're supposed to return at a particular time. This story and picture on Winchester TV3 reminds me of a scrawny, scraggly rabbit, which connects me to the song ""Run Rabbit Run" song by EMINEM: Somedays I just wanna up and call it quits I feel like I'm surrounded by a wall of bricks"
So, at this point, "Run Rabbit Run"

Gee John...Do you really think the Sheriff gets to write the headlines?? Really.

Whether he ESCAPED, ran away, or was kidnapped, is he still not MISSING from where he is supposed to be????

Yes, the Sheriff and the Chief of Police write the press releases!!! Duh!!!!!! It's their job to minimize any wrong doing on their part!!!

WOW! Some people are so MISINFORMED! Really people! Do your homework before you comment!

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