August 12, 2021
UPDATED PRESS RELEASE
RE: Escapee Elias Daymon Diego-Bradley
The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office is still seeking Escapee Elias Daymon Diego-Bradley, who fled from work detail at the jail last Tuesday morning. Deputies have been following up on tips from the public, but are still seeking information as to the whereabouts of Diego-Bradley. Mr. Diego-Bradley was last seen wearing civilian work clothes, is 5’6” tall, 130 lbs., black hair and brown eyes.
For your own safety, Diego-Bradley should not be approached. Anyone with information about Diego-Bradley is asked to contact dispatch at 208-529-1200 or report anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 208-522-1983, online at www.ifcrime.org, or through the P3Tips app on your mobile device.
ORIGINAL PRESS RELEASE - 08/10/2021
August 10, 2021
RE: Seeking the public’s help locating Escapee
Suspect: Elias Daymon Diego-Bradley, 20 of Idaho Falls
Booking photo attached.
The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in locating an escapee suspect that left a work detail crew this morning at the Bonneville County Jail. 20 year old Elias Daymon Diego-Bradley has been in custody at the Bonneville County Jail since July 18th and as of late had been approved to be part of the work detail crew. Work Detail crews are allowed to leave during the day with a Supervising Deputy tasked with various projects in the community such as litter pickup, landscaping, and maintenance. Projects vary on and off county owned property and facilities, non-profit and churches, and other charitable entities.
At around 8:00am this morning, as the Work Detail crew was preparing to leave for the day’s tasks, Diego-Bradley fled the area on foot. Deputies and Idaho Falls Police Officers have been searching the area around the jail and investigating whether or not others were involved in this escape. In addition, Deputies are seeking additional charges on Mr. Diego-Bradley for Felony Escape.
Diego-Bradley is described as 5’6” tall, 130 lbs, with black hair and brown eyes, wearing civilian work clothes. Deputies advise Mr. Diego-Bradley should not be approached, and anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact dispatch immediately at 208-529-1200, or report anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 208-522-1983, online at www.ifcrime.org, or through the P3tips app on your mobile device.