STANISLAUS COUNTY, CA - Two inmates are on the loose from a Stanislaus County honor farm, after making a run for it following dinner.
Investigators tell News10 the two men were last seen by deputies around 6 o'clock Monday evening.
A head count of inmates around 6:30 p.m. alerted corrections officers they were gone.
Authorities believe the two jumped over a fence on the south side of the compound. Investigators said the escape was more the nature of the medium-security honor farm than a flaw in the fencing.
The two inmates were held facing felony drug charges, but now both men will also face an additional felony escape charge.
Sheriff's deputies say a replacement facility is currently under construction, and the honor farm is set to shut down in Fall, 2013.
This latest escape at the honor farm near Modesto comes after two escapes in the past two months from the San Joaquin County Honor Farm.
Police shot and killed one of those escapees during a car chase on Highway 99. Police say 21 inmates have escaped from that facility since the beginning of the year.