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Police are searching for an escaped inmate in Homestead.A police perimeter was established in the area of Southwest 137th Avenue and Southwest 312th Street.Sky 10 was flying above the area as several Homestead police officers were stopping vehicles.Pol…
Police in Homestead announced Thursday morning that a prison inmate who escaped from a work-release program had been captured and taken into custody.
Marv Hubbard was found sitting at a gas station on the corner of U.S. Highway 1 and Southwest 200th Street, Homestead police Detective Fernando Morales said.
Hubbard, 40, was serving a 20-year sentence for burglary at the Dade Correctional Institution.
Morales said Hubbard escaped about 1 p.m. on Wednesday while on a work detail.
“At approximately 1:10 in the afternoon, we received a call from Farm Share advising that a Department of Corrections inmate had left their premises,” Morales said.
Florida Department of Corrections spokeswoman Ashley Cook said Hubbard was first assigned to a work-release program in August. Cook said the detail is given to inmates who have minimal time left on their sentence and have a history of good behavior while in prison.
A police command post was established in the area of Southwest 312th Street and Southwest 147th Avenue.
Sky 10 was flying above the area as police were using a helicopter and dogs to search for Hubbard.
The Florida City Police Department, Homestead Police Department, Florida Department of Corrections and Miami-Dade Police Department were all involved in the search.
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Universal Orlando is set to hire 2,000 new employees for positions throughout the Central Florida resort.
The Orlando Business Journal says the jobs will be full-time, part-time and seasonal positions.
Universal has already hired almost 1,700 employees to staff its new Volcano Bay water park; now the resort is looking to fill jobs in all areas, including attractions, food services, culinary, security and many more.
Those interested in attending one of several Universal job fairs throughout the month of May should log on to the resort’s employment website for more information.
Disney announced last month that it will be hiring 1,000 new jobs for the Walt Disney World resort.