An inmate who was mistakenly released after receiving a 10-year-prison sentence turned himself back into authorities after less than 24 hours.
An inmate who was mistakenly released after receiving a 10-year-prison sentence turned himself back into authorities after less than 24 hours. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA/THE FRESNO BEE McClatchy File photo
An inmate who was mistakenly released after receiving a 10-year-prison sentence turned himself back into authorities after less than 24 hours. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA/THE FRESNO BEE McClatchy File photo

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