The work place assigned by an employer, or other place designated in the rehabilitative release program contractual agreement and the direct route to and from those designated places, are an extension of confinement. A person commits the crime of escape from rehabilitative release if he has been assigned to the rehabilitative release program and violates subsection (a) or (b).
(a) A person assigned to the rehabilitative release program shall at all times remain in the work place, classroom, or any other place assigned in the contractual agreement.
(b) A person assigned to the rehabilitative release program shall not deviate from a direct route to and from the Territorial Correctional Facility, or any other place assigned as a place of confinement, and the destination assigned in the contractual agreement, nor shall he stop anywhere to conduct personal business while traveling between the two points.
(c) Escape from rehabilitative release constitutes a violation of section 46.4627, a class D felony.History: 1999, PL 26-5.