Island woman charged with escaping custody

A Bainbridge Island woman has been charged with escaping custody after she failed to return to her work release program.

Miranda E. Bond, 23, of Bainbridge Island was sentenced to 14 months with the Department of Corrections in May. She began serving her sentence on July 15 at the Peninsula Work Release facility in Port Orchard. She was scheduled to be release on Dec. 23.

Bond was temporarily released on July 19 so she could get an ORCA card and Washington state identification cardin Bremerton. She was expected to return to the Port Orchard facility by 3:50 p.m. that day. Bond did not return, however, according to court documents.

She was arrested on July 23 and booked into the Kitsap County Jail on charges of escaping custody.

Bond was serving a sentence for multiple charges, including forgery and possession of stolen property.

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