Northern Indiana police are searching for an inmate they describe as dangerous who has escaped from the grounds of the Indiana State Prison. Michigan City police are reporting 39-year-old Travis Hornett escaped at about 11 A.M. on Wednesday from the prison grounds while on a work detail.
Hornett is described as white and Hispanic with brown hair and eyes. He’s about 5-foot-4 inches tall, and weighs about 160 pounds. Hornett was wearing khaki clothes when he escaped.
Hornett was sentenced last year on a burglary charge.
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