Man released from prison must finish sentenceSeptember 12, 2019
By The Associated Press
ANDERSON — A central Indiana man who was released from prison in January is headed back behind bars to finish out his original sentence.
Forty-seven-year-old Robert Lee Engram of Anderson was sentenced to 85 years in prison in 2001 following his conviction on charges of conspiracy to commit murder and aiding, inducing or causing murder.
The Herald Bulletin reports that Engram allegedly conspired with another man to kill a woman in May 2000.
A Madison County judge released Engram from prison in January, placing him in a community transition program. But the Indiana Court of Appeals reversed that decision in June, ordering Engram to serve more than 21 years remaining on his original sentence.
Another county judge ordered Engram on Tuesday moved from the local jail to state correction officials' custody.
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