NAMPA, Idaho (KLIX)-Authorities are looking for a reentry center resident who walked away from his job site early Sunday morning in Nampa. According to the Idaho Department of Correction, 37-year-old Michael Adam Curtis was last seen at around 8 a.m. Sunday at his job site in Nampa. He is a resident of the Nampa Community Reentry Center. Curtis has a criminal history in the Treasure Valley of forgery, grand theft, possession of a controlled substance, and burglary. IDOC said Curtis would have been up for consideration of parole in March this year and his sentence was going to be discharged in 2026. If you have any information on Curtis call 911 or your local law enforcement.

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