Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp Inmate Escapes

Escaped Inmate Derrick Lee Brock
Escaped Inmate Derrick Lee Brock

An inmate serving seven to ten years for larceny was reported on escape status by the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp Friday at 6:30 am, after he was discovered missing while on work detail at the State Fairgrounds in Douglas.

Wyoming Department Corrections inmate, Derrick Lee Brock, was placed on escape status while assigned to a work detail at the state fairgrounds in Douglas. Inmate Brock was working with the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp forestry crew, assisting state fairgrounds personnel with general maintenance projects.

The crew arrived at the state fairgrounds on Monday, September 19th, and was scheduled to return to the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp today, Friday, September 23, 2011. The crews were accompanied by two forestry crew supervisors and a correctional officer from the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp in Newcastle.

The Department of Corrections is coordinating with Converse and Natrona County law enforcement in an effort to apprehend Mr. Brock.

Derrick Lee Brock is a white male, 5 feet 8, about 170 pounds, with blond hair and a fair complexion who is 40 years of age. He was last seen wearing blue jeans and a green shirt. Brock was sentenced in the spring of 2011.

Wanda Kerns, public information officer in charge of the escape investigation.

Anyone with information should call Douglas law enforcement at (307) 358-3312, and those with questions can call Kerns at the Wyoming Honor Conservation Camp at (307) 746-4436.

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