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Media Advisory

Monday, April 01, 2013 | 11:13am

HENNING - Two inmates who left a minimum security annex in West Tennessee are the subject of a search by the Department of Correction and local law enforcement agencies.  Ashton Siler, 21, and Dustin Wayman, 20, were both minimum custody inmates who were close to being released from prison when they left the West Tennessee State Penitentiary Annex in Henning.

Siler was serving an eight year prison sentence for drug convictions out of Madison County.  He would have been eligible for parole next year.  Wayman was serving a two year sentence for auto burglary out of Knox County.  His sentence was due to expire in January.  Both men now face an additional five years to their sentence.

Anyone with information on their whereabouts should contact the Tennessee Department of Correction or their local law enforcement agency.

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