Escaped inmate caught sneaking back with booze, food

Joshua Hansen escaped from a federal prison with the intention of breaking back in laden with bottles of alcohol and home-cooked treats


Associated Press

BEAUMONT, Texas — An inmate who escaped from a federal prison with the intention of breaking back in laden with bottles of alcohol and home-cooked treats has been arrested in Southeast Texas.

The Jefferson County sheriff's office says 25-year-old Joshua Hansen of Dallas has been charged with escape and possession of marijuana. He was originally imprisoned on a narcotics conviction.

Deputies spotted Hansen Wednesday as he ran onto private land near the prison in Beaumont and grabbed a duffel bag containing three bottles of brandy, some whisky, tobacco and "a large amount of home-cooked food." They arrested him as he ran back toward the prison.

Nearby rancher Michael Latta told KFDM-TV that he has for years contended with low-level offenders who flee the facility only to later return.

 

Date: 01/25/2018 OFFENSE: Escaped Federal Inmate arrested Location – Private land behind the Federal Prison Deputies...

Posted by Jefferson County Sheriff's Office-Texas on Thursday, January 25, 2018

 

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