Convicted killer has parole revoked, sent back to prison until 2029

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A Bloomington man convicted of killing and dismembering a woman in 1986 will head back to prison after his parole was revoked by the Indiana Parole Board Tuesday.

Robert Evan Lee, 57, was released from prison in September 2012, after serving only half his sentence for the death of 31-year-old Ellen Marks.

Lee will serve the remainder of his 60-year sentence and is expected to be released in October 2029.

In November, Lee was arrested for violating his parole by attempting to get into a car with a woman in South Bend.  Lee told authorities the woman was lost and he was trying to help her.

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