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Lompoc residents speak out on prison inmate escapes

Second inmate in a week walks away from labor camp

Lompoc residents speaking out on prison inmate walkaways

LOMPOC, Calif. - For the second time in a week an inmate has walked away from the Federal Correctional Complex Satellite Prison Camp near Lompoc.

Lompoc Police say the U.S. Bureau of Prisons notified them that 28 year old Fabian Lombera was reported missing after a head count Thursday afternoon.

Lombera was last seen wearing a white t-shirt and gray sweatpants. 

He has multiple tattoos, including two tear drops under his left eye and writing on his neck.

Authorities said they have no leads as to where he is headed and the Bureau of Prisons does not consider him dangerous. 

Lombera was sentenced to at least 15 years in prison on drug charges involving methamphetamine.

Last Sunday, 27 year old Mauricio Martinez walked away from the minimum security Satellite Prison Camp at the Federal Correctional Complex.

Martinez was also serving a 15 year sentence for a drug conviction involving meth.

The Bureau of Prisons says there are various factors that are considered when assigning inmates to the three facilities withing the FCC including type of offense, length of sentence and history of escapes or violence.

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