Skip to comments.Tracks in snow lead police to facility escapee
Posted on 01/08/2010 6:00:36 PM PST by SLB
ELIZABETHTOWN Police quickly ended a Communicare patients escape Thursday morning after tracking the man over snow covered trails at Freeman Lake Park and arresting him near Ring Road.
Hardin County Sheriffs Office spokesman Greg Lowe said the patient fled the mental health and substance abuse treatment facility after learning he faced jail time for violating rules he was ordered to obey.
It was shortly after 11 a.m. when emergency dispatchers flooded the airwaves with reports of Brandon Mullins, 21, running into Freeman Lake Park from Communicare.
Lowe said Deputy Bud Baumgardner followed footprints through the park, toward Ring Road, where he found Mullins and took him into custody just before noon.
The charges Mullins was booked on could not be confirmed Thursday afternoon.
A little excitement here in E’town.
Yes breaking out with snow on the ground leaving tracks a complete imbecile can follow is always a good idea.
Why do you think they call it dope....
One of the deleted scenes from Woody Allen’s “Take the Money and Run”.
I think that boy’s daddy was the one that told me it did not snow in Kentucky when I came there in 77. Gee Whiz!
Yikes! Mom and the in-laws both live close to the SE side of the lake.
your suppose to erase as you go with a tree branch or something right?
I live about 3/8 mile due West of Communicare.
So the kid was filled FOS from a early age by his daddy?
Good to see you posting, Dan!
THAT woulda fooled 'em.
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