By RODNEY D. BOAM
Haley J. Dockstader, formerly of Preston, who walked-away from her work-release assignment in Pocatello on June 7, was found last Thursday, June 21, about 10 a.m. and booked into the Bannock County Jail.
The 19 year old was working as a trustee when she walked-off and never reported back to jail. She was founding living with some friends in the Fort Hall area.
Dockstader had been communicating through Facebook and it was suspected she was going to leave Idaho and go to California when police found her.
Her father, Kim Dockstader of Preston, and her mother, Victoria Curzon of California, were worried about their daughter’s health and safety. Haley has a liver disease and her parents were concerned she would not get the proper medication she needed.
She was a 2011 Preston High School graduate and Idaho State University freshman at the time of her arrest.
She had served nine months of her sentence for failure to appear in court for tobacco and alcohol related charges when she escaped.
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