WCCC inmate Suncirae Silva was arrested by state Sheriffs on Friday and has returned to the facility.
Authorities are searching for a Women's Community Correctional Center inmate who failed to return to the facility from her furlough day pass on Sunday evening.
Suncirae Silva, 33, was scheduled to return at 9 p.m., the state Department of Public Safety said.
She is described as about 5'3”, 296 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes.
Silva was serving time for theft, but will be arrested for escape. Her next parole hearing was scheduled for May 2015.
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Life-threatening surf is again headed for north- and west-facing shores.
The Honolulu Fire Department has released more than 40 video clips that show the inside of the Marco Polo condominium in the aftermath of last year's seven-alarm fire.
High surf and rising tides have created dangerous conditions for many coastal areas in Hawaii, where erosion has become a major issue.