Standoff at reserve fails to turn up escaped inmate
A police standoff at the Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Manitoba failed to result in the capture of a Native inmate who escaped from prison nearly a month ago.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police forced the evacuation of an apartment complex in hopes of finding Daniel Richard Wolfe, 32. Residents were kept away from their homes overnight.

Wolfe and five other Native inmates escaped from the Regina Correctional Centre in Saskatchewan on August 24. Four inmates have been recaptured.

Wolfe and Ryan John Agecoutay, 25, the other inmate, are said to be involved in Native gangs and are considered armed and dangerous.

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