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Investigators have asked for help to find a man charged with murder who was accidentally released from jail last month because of a clerical error.
Johnny Mata, 32, was released from the downtown Inmate Reception Center on April 4, said Capt. Chuck Antuna, who heads the center.
Mata was in custody for a case that was dismissed when prosecutors filed a new murder charge for his role in an alleged 2010 gang shooting in
Authorities realized the mistake the next day.
The department announced Mata's release Friday after being unable to find him the past month.
``We are concerned and we are looking for the public's assistance in locating Mr. Mata,'' Antuna said. ``We consider him a danger to the community.''
Antuna says that since 2012, the department, which processes more than 150,000 inmate releases a year, has had seven similar errors. All those mistakenly released inmates were found.