Another inmate mistakenly released from Bexar County Jail

Inmate was taken back into custody

SAN ANTONIO – An inmate was mistakenly released from the Bexar County Jail Monday night, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office confirmed in a press release.

Inmate Mitchell Boren, 56, was released by Adult Detention Center staff  at 9:37 p.m. Monday without having made the necessary arrangements with Haven for Hope, as ordered by the court as part of a jail diversion program.

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Boren was in custody on a charge of assault bodily injury - class A misdemeanor.

Boren was located at 5:35 a.m. Tuesday and transported to Haven for Hope for processing.

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The error stemmed from faxed paperwork, according to the Sheriff's Office.

KSAT has reported on more than a dozen erroneous releases of inmates from the Bexar County Jail in 2019.

See a timeline of incidents at the jail below.

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