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Idaho Prison Agency Seeks Parole Absconder

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MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) - Idaho authorities are looking for a convicted forgery artist who absconded from parole in north central Idaho.
    
Stephen Andrew Edgeman, a 25-year-old Moscow resident, has a criminal record that includes grand theft and forgery convictions in Latah and Kootenai counties.
    
After his release from prison under supervision, however, Edgeman has disappeared.
    
The Department of Correction said Wednesday that anybody who knows where Edgeman is hiding should contact the Moscow Police Department at (208) 882-2677.

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