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Man who fled from jail is back in custody

Man who fled from jail is back in custody
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Minden, Neb. — A man who fled while being booked into the Kearney County jail in Minden is back in custody.

The Kearney County Sheriff’s Office says 27 year old David W. Gamso of Upland, Nebraska, had received a jail term in Kearney County Court Thursday for a driving offense and was in the process of being booked into the Kearney County jail by a deputy, when he bolted. The deputy pursued him for a short time, before he got away. Kearney County authorities say he was last seen that afternoon  in Minden driving a stolen 2006 Maroon Chrysler Town and Country Touring van.

Information was received from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office that Gamso had been taken to a residence in Cairo,  Nebraska, approximately 50 miles northeast of Minden, and dropped off.  Gamso was arrested Thursday at 7:45 p.m. by the Nebraska State Patrol and Hall County Sheriff’s Office.  Gamso is lodged at the Hall County Corrections Center.


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