Friday, November 28, 2014

This is the article regarding the escapee. Why is this incident DOWN Played? He is a convicted felon who escaped.

  Demand more answers!!!!!


Escaped Nisqually Jail Inmate Captured Sunday on JBLM

Neighbor Wants Escape Warning Notification Plan in Place
Posted: Tuesday, November 25, 2014 2:31 pm | Updated: 3:41 pm, Tue Nov 25, 2014.
An inmate escaped from the Nisqually Jail on Sunday and was apprehended within an hour, according to law enforcement. The inmate, 47-year-old Tim Saterdal, attempted to escape the jail by climbing over the fence surrounding the recreation yard at about 1:30 p.m. Sunday, said Nisqually Police Chief Joe Kautz. Saterdal received some “bad news” earlier in the day before he scaled the fence, Kautz said.

Monday, November 24, 2014

November 23, 2014 ~ An Inmate Escaped Nisqually Indian Jail

Yesterday (11/23/14) it was brought to our attention that an inmate escaped from the Nisqually Indian Jail, 11702 Yelm Highway SE. approximately between 2 P.M. and 4 P.M. 

The suspect was on foot for over 2 hours. He was later apprehended by K-9 and brought into custody.

The only way we were notified was that a concerned neighbor noticed the police with their vehicles out on foot in our neighborhood. There has been NO information released and No further information available. 
 The only way we know information is through our efforts.

There NEEDS TO BE a system in place RIGHT NOW to notify local area neighbors of these events.

Since this facility was built in a neighborhood there NEEDS to be something put into place to immediately notify area neighbors for their safety.

Help us DEMAND from the Nisqually Indian Tribe and our local Law enforcement – Thurston County Sheriffs act proactively to ensure this does not happen again and if it does that we will be notified.

Our lives and property are at RISK.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Thurston County Sheriff Town Hall Meeting: Thurston County Sheriff's Office will provide a brief overview of the Corrections Bureau with plenty of opportunity for you to pose your questions and comments directly to Sheriff John Snaza. October 11th, 2012, 7-9pm, Yelm Middle School, 402 West Yelm Avenue, Yelm, 98597. For more information, contact: Chief Deputy Todd Thoma 786-5510 County Sherriff Town Hall Meeting in Yelm