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Prison officials seek inmate who walked away from Canyon County job site

The Idaho Department of Correction is asking for the public's help finding a man who left their job near Marsing Thursday morning and did not return.
Credit: IDOC
Samuel Juarez Jr. and Dravyn Isenhower went missing from their job site in Marsing Thursday morning.

BOISE, Idaho — The Idaho Department of Correction is seeking one man who walked away from their job site in Canyon County Thursday morning. A second man also walked away but turned himself in on Saturday.

Officials says Samuel Juarez Jr. and Dravyn Isenhower were last seen at 8:30 a.m. in the 14,000 block of Sunnyslope Road near Marsing. They were driving a black 1999 Pontiac Sunfire. Clothing that belonged to the men was found on Lowell Road near Highway 55.

Juarez, 20, turned himself in on Saturday and now is being held at the Cassia County Jail.

He has convictions for grand theft by possession in Minidoka County, and attempting to elude a peace officer and receiving/transferring stolen vehicles in Twin Falls County. He was to be eligible for parole on Nov. 5, 2022.  His sentence was scheduled to be discharged on Nov. 4, 2025. 

Isenhower, 25, is a white male with brown hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion. He is 6 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 140 pounds. His record includes convictions in Twin Falls County for possession of a controlled substance and eluding a peace officer. He was to be eligible for parole on Nov. 20, 2023. His sentence was scheduled to be discharged on June 5, 2027.

He is still on the run and was last seen at the Hagerman Fish Hatchery near Hagerman and may be driving a black 1999 Pontiac Sunfire.

Both men are South Idaho Correctional Institution residents. Anyone with information about Isenhower's whereabouts should contact their local law enforcement agency.

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