Ezekial Earl Derr was recently sent to prison for 12-48 months on an escape felony committed in 2018 in Humboldt County.

Derr was at the conservation camp in Humboldt County in July 2018 when he attempted to escape from the Nevada department of corrections. 

The case was sentenced in Sixth Judicial District Court and the category C felony escape charge carries a potential penalty of one to five years in prison and a $10,000 fine. 

Derr pleaded guilty to the charge at an arraignment hearing in early April.

At a court hearing on May 5, Sixth Judicial District Court Judge Michael Montero sentenced Derr to serve 12 to 48 months in prison with zero credit for time served and ordered that the prison time be served consecutive (after) any other pending cases. 

Derr was also ordered to pay a $3 DNA fee, $25 administrative assessment fee and $250 public defender fee.