An escaped Bannock County inmate has been found.
The sheriff’s office said Thursday that it received an anonymous tip that 19-year-old Haley J. Dockstader was at a home in Fort Hall. With the help of the U.S. Marshal Service and Fort Hall police, she was taken into custody on an escape warrant.
Dockstader was part of the county’s trustee program and walked away while doing an assignment earlier this month. She had been communicating with her mother, who lives in California, on Facebook.
Her mother had told the station that she was encouraging her daughter to turn herself in.
Dockstader was a student at Idaho State University. She had been in jail for the past nine months for probation violation on misdemeanor charges.
Dockstader is in custody at the Bannock County Jail.