(Watch) Convict Escapes Police Custody In Ohio Courthouse

by Zach Heilman on September 25, 2020
Ohio police are on a manhunt for a drug suspect who took off from court on Tuesday.
The incident happended at Highland County Courthouse. During a pat down Nickolaus Garrison managed to break free from sheriff's deputies and took off. 
A video captured the incident as deputies chased after Garrison. One deputy is seen diving over the railing down the stairs in an attempt to capture Garrison unsuccessfully. 
The deputy broke 4 ribs and got a concussion.
“The deputy, unfortunately, went down the stairs headfirst in an attempt to try and catch him. I went out to the hospital and visited him when he was getting treated at Highland District Hospital. He was in good spirits at that time." - Highland County Sheriff Donnie Barrera.
Garrison continues to be on the run as law enforcement tries to locate him.
Garrison was sentenced to 6 months in jail plus an additional 530 days because he committed the new crime while under community control. 

 

 

2 comments
by Becky Sayre on September 25, 2020

We care and have your back ❣️

by Timothy Pollard on September 25, 2020

I’m sorry that BLM is calling the police all kind of names. I know that there are a few bad apples out there but 99% are great cop’s. The Democrats will be calling for help because they have lost control of ANTIFA.

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