Two inmates apparently walked away from the Lone Peak facility at Utah State Prison Saturday evening.
David Franchina, deputy director of Utah Department of Corrections, said the two were last seen at 6:15 p.m. They were confirmed missing at the 8:15 p.m. headcount.The Lone Peak facility is a non-secure facility on prison property that houses inmates who work as firefighters, asbestos-removal workers and forest workers.The missing inmates were identified as Richard Rustad, 30, who was serving a zero-to-5-year sentence for theft and was assigned to the asbestos-removal crew; and Robert Rayborne, 26, a culinary worker who was serving zero to 5 years for theft and failure to report. Rustad had an October 1991 parole date, while Rayborne was scheduled for parole in April 1991.
Rustad was described as 6 feet 5 inches, 200 pounds, with a tattoo reading "LJ" on his left arm. Rayborne is 6 feet, 170 pounds, with a tattoo of a wizard on his right shoulder and a cross on his right hand.