A man from Skowhegan is now serving three years in prison after escaping from the Somerset County jail earlier this summer.
20-year-old Dylan Perkins was sentenced to one year behind bars for the escape.
A judge also ordered him to serve two years for forgery, a case that was pending when he took off.
Perkins had less than three weeks on his original sentence when he escaped from the jail in July.
He spent six days on the run before turning himself over to police.
Somerset County Jail Escapee Serving Three More Years
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