Escaped inmate from Prado Conservation Camp in Chino caught nearly three hours later in College Park area

(California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation photo)

Bloodhound tracking dogs from the Claremont Police Department and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department helped lead to the capture Wednesday night of an escaped inmate from the California Department Corrections and Rehabilitation’s Prado Conservation Camp in Chino.

Kyle Summers, 30, of Santa Rosa, was captured in the 14100 block of Longwood Avenue in the College Park area of Chino at 12:31 a.m. Thursday, about three hours after running away from the camp located at Eucalyptus and Central avenues.

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