Missing Utah County Jail inmate taken back into custody Thursday
SPANISH FORK, Utah — An inmate who had gone missing from the Utah County Jail was found and taken back into custody Thursday evening.
According to Sgt. Spencer Cannon of the Utah County Sheriff’s Office, Lorilyn Homer, 53, had been in jail on felony theft changes. A judge gave Homer a 72-hour furlough. She was required to return to jail Tuesday at 5 p.m.
Cannon says now that Homer is back in custody, she faces a warrant for $50,000. She also faces one for $380 and three with no bail. Additionally, Cannon says she is being held on a probation violation.
Homer is a resident of Provo.
***Lorilyn Homer has been apprehended. Now she has one warrant for $50,000, one for $380, and 3 for no bail. She is also being held on a hold for a probation violation.*** https://t.co/UbWNniBNzd
— Spencer Cannon (@SGTCannonPIO) October 28, 2022
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