State Prison Inmate With Hughes County Conviction One Of Three To Walk Away From Sioux Falls Work Center

(KCCR) — Three state prison inmates walked away from work center in Sioux Falls Friday. The minimum security inmates who left the Sioux Falls Community Work Center are 44 year-old Liberty Briley, 28 year-old Joseph Davis and 21 year-old Kevan Whiteman. Briley is six-foot-three-inch tall white male who weighs around 205 pounds. Briley has brown hair and blue eyes. He’s serving a five-year sentence for forgery out of Hughes County. Davis is a five-foot, 11-inch white male who weighs 180 pounds. Davis has brown hair and blue eyes. He’s serving a five year sentence out of Davison County for marijuana distribution. Whiteman is a 155 pound Native American male who is five-feet, six-inches tall. He has black hair and brown eyes. Whiteman is serving a three year sentence for possession of a controlled substance from Minnehaha County. Anyone who sees the inmates should contact law enforcement immediately. All three are facing second-degree escape which is a Class Five felony with a maximum penalty of five years in prison.