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5/19/2015 - Oneida County Inmate Escapes; Turns Self In After Sheriff's Office Seeks Public Help - Click here to print this information

Fugitive Ronald Millard turned himself into the Oneida County Sheriff's Office Monday afternoon.

The Oneida County Sheriff's Office says the inmate escaped from Howard Young Medical Center in Woodruff Monday.

Ronald M. Millard, Jr. 41, of Eagle River, was at the hospital for medical treatment when he left around noon, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. Millard was in custody for not making a court appearance.

He faces two charges in a case for misdemeanor battery/domestic violence abuse and disorderly conduct/domestic violence, according to online records.

Oneida County Lt. Lloyd Gauthier says Millard was in the Vilas County Jail when he needed significant surgery. He was under police supervision until he received surgery at the Howard Young Medical Center. The sheriff's office says he didn't need to be guarded while he recovered because of his medical condition.

Gauthier added that deputies were headed to Woodruff to pick up the inmate just before he left the hospital.

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