After Incident Report James McVay
Group: South Dakota Department of Corrections
On July 1, 2011 parolee James McVay left the Community Transition Program located at Unit C of the Jameson Prison Annex in Sioux Falls without authorization. On July 2, 2011 the body of 75 year old Maybelle Schein was found in her Sioux Falls home. She had been murdered and her car was missing. McVay was located in Madison Wisconsin in Schein’s car through a GPS system in the vehicle. McVay has been charged with Murder 1st degree and Burglary 1st degree. This report provides information on McVay’s parole, his sentences, a chronology of events, communications with the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services (DOCS), McVay’s records and information from NE, communications regarding the Secret Service, McVay’s mental health and substance abuse status, and McVay’s criminal record and risk assessments. Also included is information on the Community Transition Program (CTP); attempt to locate (ATL), parole absconder and escape procedures; offender numbers; and out of state inmate caseloads. This report concludes with a series of after incident actions identified as a result of a review of McVay’s absconding from the CTP and the murder of Maybelle Schein.
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