Published: Mon, June 26, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

An Arkansas prison inmate recaptured after 32 years

An Arkansas prison inmate recaptured after 32 years

The ASP is investigating where Steven Dishman has been since his 1985 escape.

Four other escapees are wanted in Arkansas, including Veal Lee, a thief who went on the run in 1984. He was taken into custody by local law enforcement and Arkansas State Police.

A PRISON inmate in the U.S. who was serving a burglary sentence has been recaptured after spending 32 years on the run.

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Solomon Graves, the public information officer for the Arkansas Department of Corrections, told Arkansas Matters Dishman will be required to finish out his original sentence.

Steven Dishman, who escaped Arkansas Department of Corrections custody at the Cummins Unit in May of 1985, was recovered by Arkansas State Police at a residence in Springdale 32 years later.

Special Agents of the ASP Criminal Investigation Division have begun to question individuals who may have known Dishman by another name. The recaptured prisoner would have been eligible for parole in 1987.

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He was serving a seven-year sentence for theft of property and burglary convictions.

He was sentenced in December 1984, but escaped five months later.

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