Inmate Who Escaped Geiger CAPTURED! - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Inmate Who Escaped Geiger CAPTURED!

KHQ.COM - Nathan J. Calvert, the 28-year-old male who escaped Geiger Corrections Center two weeks ago, has been captured. 

According to the Spokane Police Department, at around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday night, officers located Calvert in the area of 2900 E. Cleveland in northeast Spokane, and both uniformed and plain clothes PACT officers took him into custody. 

Spokane Co. Sheriff's deputy Craig Chamberlin told KHQ-TV that a tip that was called in led to Calvert's arrest.   

Calvert had been working in the kitchen area when Geiger Correction staff realized he was not in his assigned area. Geiger staff immediately placed the facility on lockdown status as they searched for Calvert.

Calvert is serving time for multiple felony charges.

Stay with KHQ.com for the latest local news, including NewsBreaks with Dave Cotton streaming live at 10, Noon and 2.  

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