Prison officials look for inmate who walked away from Stockton reentry program

The woman was transferred from Fresno County last year.

California is looking for an inmate that prison officials say walked away from a reentry program. 

Prison officials are looking for Estefani Saldana-Lemus, 27, who left the program in Stockton. 


Driving the news: Saldana-Lemus was transferred from Fresno County in March 2023 to serve a five-year sentence for driving under the influence causing bodily injury or death. 

  • She is five-foot-one, weighs 222 pounds and has brown eyes and brown hair. 

The big picture: The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) said Sunday that Saldana-Lemus was reported missing after a routine security check Sunday night. 

  • Staff immediately launched a search and conducted an emergency count at the Female Community Reentry Program. 
  • The CDCR said that 99 percent of all people who have left an adult institution, camp or community-based program without permission since 1977 have been apprehended. 
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