Suspect's escape from patrol car caught on video
The suspect escaped by crawling out a sliding small window that separated the front and rear compartments of the patrol car
By Claire Osborn
WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas — The Williamson County sheriff's office is searching for a man who escaped from custody Monday by slipping off his handcuffs and crawling through a small window in a patrol car, according to a tweet from Sheriff Robert Chody. Ronald Luis Scott Jr. is wanted for a theft that is a felony, Chody said.
Scott escaped by crawling out a sliding small window that separated the front and rear compartments of the patrol car, Chody said.
A video from the sheriff's office shows Scott slipping out of handcuffs while still in the patrol car.
Video shows handcuffed driver who escaped WilCo custody yesterday was in deputies vehicle. Subject then slipped cuffs and crawled thru small window separating rear and front compartments. If you see Ronald Luis Scott Jr,call 911. Scott was wanted for a felony theft warrant. pic.twitter.com/2A2piPVTRP— Williamson County Sheriff Chody (@SheriffChody) June 4, 2019
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