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Prison escapee gets more time

Thursday, September 2, 2004

Staff Writer

OREGON COUNTY -- An inmate at the state prison in Licking was sentenced to five additional years for escaping from a work detail in Oregon County.

Billy B. Bonebrake, 42, was on work detail from the prison March 21, 2003, when he walked away. The inmates were working near the Missouri Department of Transportation Shed on OO Highway near Thayer. Bonebrake was captured the next day.

Judge Jo Beth Prewitt sentenced Bonebrake Aug. 25 in Oregon County Associate Circuit Court. The sentence will run concurrently with his nine-year sentence he is serving for forgery and burglary convictions from Davies and Livingston counties.

A Koshkonong teen-ager, Aaron Porter Cauble, 19, was transported to state prison at Bonne Terre last week Oregon County sheriff's deputies.

Cauble was in court Aug. 18 and pleaded guilty to charges of stealing.

Judge Jo Beth Prewitt sentenced Cauble in Oregon County Associate Circuit Court to three years on each count. The prison terms will run concurrently.

Cauble was charged with stealing tools from Duane Tune of Thayer in 2003 and receiving stolen property in December 2003.

Officers with the Oregon County Sheriff's Department arrested Charles Woods, 54, of Alton on a charge of felony domestic assault.

Woods "limited access to transportation" by his wife, Vickie, by taking a vehicle from their home so she would not have access to it, according to the sheriff's office, which said that action will result in having his probation revoked.

Woods pleaded guilty last month to a domestic violence incident involving an April 5 incident in the county when he attacked his 18-year-old son and then again in October 2003 when Woods attacked his wife.

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