Dodge County Sheriff’s Office Seeking Public’s Help In Tracking Down Huber Inmate

(Juneau) The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s assistance in locating an inmate who failed to return to the jail while on work release. Paul Digangi of Beaver Dam was charged this week with one felony count of Escape Criminal Arrest. Correctional staff were made aware that the 32-year-old had not returned from his shift at a local construction company last week. A driver for the Huber prisoner informed authorities that Digangi did not need a ride back to the jail and had arranged for other accommodations. After several attempts to contact the missing inmate, police contacted the company and were informed that Digangi had been fired the previous day. An arrest warrant was then issued. Digangi had been in jail for Intimidating a Witness since June and had 137 days left in his sentence. His last known address is 516 East Main Street in Watertown and has been known to frequent an address on Dakota Street in Watertown. If a person has information on Digangi’s whereabouts they are asked not to make contact with him but instead contact the Sheriff’s Office at 920-386-3726 or your local law enforcement agency.