Wagswoofs – An inmate who managed to escape from an Oklahoma prison has been apprehended, as confirmed by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (ODOC).
Adrian Sample, a 32-year-old inmate, made an illegal escape from the John Lilley Correctional Center in Boley on Tuesday at 7:50 pm. Sample, who had been convicted of distributing controlled dangerous substances, was serving a six-year sentence from Tulsa County.
The ODOC reported that Sample was caught just over three hours later, at 11:04 pm, after his escape.
The authorities have not provided extensive details about how he managed to escape and then get caught again. Nevertheless, thanks to the quick response from the authorities, the inmate was promptly returned to custody.
This incident highlights the importance of remaining vigilant in correctional facilities and the effectiveness of response protocols. The ODOC will likely examine this incident to determine how Sample managed to escape and to establish measures that can prevent similar incidents from happening again in the future.