Dodge County Apprehends Huber Walk Aways
The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office announced Tuesday evening (5/5/2020) that they have apprehended two Huber (work release) inmates who did not return to the jail. One inmate removed his GPS device after being released on electronic monitoring and the other failed to return from a medical appointment as instructed and as allowed by the Huber law.
18-yr old Kaden R. Solano was serving a 360-day Huber sentence and was on GPS monitoring for Operating a Vehicle w/o Owner consent. Staff at the jail believed Solano was using alcohol at the time he removed his monitoring device. Solano’s last known address was East Rees St. in Fond du Lac, but also had ties to an address on Gaslight Drive in North Fond du Lac and had been there frequently. Solano was apprehended by North Fond du Lac Police.
Also failing to return was 29-yr old Gabrielle L. Bruce, who had a last known address on Ridgeway Drive in Jackson, WI. Gabrielle Bruce was serving a 270-day Huber sentence for Disorderly Conduct when she failed to return to the jail from a pre-approved medical appointment in Beaver Dam. Bruce was apprehended with assistance of the Jackson Police Department. At this time, it not believed the two were connected.
The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office did not release any further information in regards to the apprehension.