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Inmate escapes from Terrebonne Parish work release program

Donald Dennis Chauvin Jr.,43 (Source: TPSO) Donald Dennis Chauvin Jr.,43 (Source: TPSO)
TERREBONNE PARISH, LA (WVUE) -

The Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office is searching for an escaped inmate who allegedly walked away from a work release program.

Officers say that Donald Dennis Chauvin Jr.,43, walked off from a Terrebonne Parish business where he was assigned to work. Detectives have described him as a white male, approximately 6-feet tall and weighs 190 pounds.

His last known addresses are 808 Roussell Street and 821 Goode Street in Houma.

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office at (985) 876-2500 or Bayou Region Crimestoppers at (800) 743-7433. Anyone with information may be eligible for a cash reward.

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