Warrant Officers Find Upper Marlboro Woman Released by Mistake

The records for Tamicia Renea Hager, 26, were not updated and that resulted in her early release from jail, according to Maryland correctional services.

Warrant officers found an Upper Marlboro woman on Tuesday who had been released prematurely from jail because her records had not been updated, according to the Prince George's County Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services.

The department's warrant apprehension unit located Tamicia Renea Hager, 26, at a home in Lothian and she was returned to custody, according to department spokeswoman Erin Julius.

Hager was released from the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women in Jessup after having served a sentence for conspiracy to commit robbery with a deadly weapon and theft, but she had not yet served her second sentence for burglary, according to Julius. 

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Hager was alread incarcerated when she was given the second sentence but the expiration date for the time she had to serve was not updated, according to Julius.

Hager started serving her sentence on Feb. 11, 2011, and her second sentence for a violent crime started on Nov. 29, 2011, according to Julius.

The Maryland Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services issued a retake warrant for Hager following her erroneous release on Nov. 21, the department stated.


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