Authorities Searching For Inmate Who Walked Off Work Crew in Southern Arizona

The Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation & Reentry is searching for an incarcerated worker who walked away from a work crew at approximately 9:20am Monday morning in the City of San Luis, Arizona.

Jonathan Perryman, a minimum custody work crew member, was working at a recreation center in San Luis, Arizona and was last seen walking into a restroom to wash paint off his hands by a work crew checker and a City of San Luis civilian supervisor.

ADCRR has notified all local law enforcement agencies as well as the U.S. Marshals Office, and U.S. Customs & Border Protection.  ADCRR investigations and apprehension staff, including ASPC-Yuma staff, are actively searching for Perryman.

The inmate was last seen wearing a gray hoodie and faded black jeans around 2:15 p.m. at Somerton Catholic Church.

Perryman was sentenced out of Maricopa County on November 16, 2022 for misconduct involving weapons.  He does not have any history of violence or prior violent convictions.  At the time of the walk away, there was no report of any incidents.

Authorities are asking everyone in the surrounding areas to remain vigilant. Do not attempt to approach or engage with Perryman on your own.  If you see anything suspicious, please call 911 or Silent Witness.