A man has absconded from a prison in the East Midlands.
Darryl Anthony Jervier was last seen at HMP Sudbury on Friday.
Last year he was sentenced at Luton Crown Court to four years’
in prison for conspiracy to supply class A drugs.
He has connections in Hertfordshire, London and Middlesex.
A prisoner who absconded from HMP Sudbury in Derbyshire has been arrested in Derby this afternoon.
An officer saw Adam Hill in a car in Chaddesden shortly before 4pm and followed him, calling for back up.
Hill got out of the car and the officer lost sight of him. A dog unit and a police helicopter were sent to the area to help with the search.
He was found in the garden of a house in Wood Road and arrested.
25-year-old Adam Hill absconded from the prison on the 24th March. He was sentenced at Bolton Crown Court in December 2006 to an indeterminate sentence for wounding.
A man who failed to return to HMP Sudbury on Saturday has been arrested in Manchester.