Fugitive Inmate Back In Custody After Walking Away From Lewis Prison Work Crew

Minimum custody inmate Joshua J. Speedling [Photo courtesy AZDOC]

Minimum custody inmate Joshua J. Speedling, walked away ON Wednesday night from his assigned off-site work crew in Casa Grande. Speedling was captured on Thursday.

Speedling, a minimum-custody inmate housed at ASPC-Lewis, was admitted to prison in 2019 after being convicted out of Maricopa County to serve five years for forgery, criminal possession of a forgery device, and a dangerous drug violation.

members of the Marshal’s Office Fugitive Task Force captured Speedling on Thursday afternoon near the Metrocenter Mall in Phoenix.

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