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Davenport teenager with gun conviction fails to return to correctional facility after work release
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Davenport teenager with gun conviction fails to return to correctional facility after work release

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Daryel Shears

A 17-year-old convicted of intimidation with a dangerous weapon in Scott County didn't return to the Davenport Residential Correctional Facility on Saturday after being given work release, according to a news release from the Iowa Department of Corrections.

Daryel Deanthony Shears, of Davenport, was sentenced in April 2020 to 10 years in prison for threatening to shoot someone's house and shooting a flare gun into the air while driving past the house in August 2019.

Shears was admitted to the work-release facility on Sept. 13, 2021. He is a 17-year-old Black male; 5 feet, 9 inches tall; and weighing 140 pounds.

Anyone with information about Shears' whereabouts should contact the Davenport Police Department.

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