Lexington, KY – An inmate of the minimum security Blackburn Correctional Complex in Lexington failed to show up for the early afternoon head count Thursday.
Blackburn officials say 55 year old James Dunn of Woodford County was doing three years, but counting time served would have been released in one year.
He was convicted of possession of a forged instrument, bail jumping and theft by deception. Dunn had been at Blackburn two months.
State police say Dunn is a white male, 145 pounds, 5' 6" with short gray hair, mustache and beard, blue eyes and he has several tattoos including one on his right upper arm of a woman riding a bull.