April 27, 2013

"About 500 locks on cell doors simultaneously opened inside Montgomery County’s main jail early Saturday morning..."

"No inmates tried to escape...."

13 comments:

Lem said...

Not in this economy.

Alice Welch said...

HEYOOOO!!!!! @Lem

ironrailsironweights said...

Well of course no one escaped. While the cell doors opened, the housing units remained locked and the jail's perimeter remained secure.

Peter

The Drill SGT said...

ironrailsironweights said...
Well of course no one escaped. While the cell doors opened, the housing units remained locked and the jail's perimeter remained secure.


and though inmates are likely sentenced to stays under 12 months, else they'd go to state prison, getting caught outside their cells might be attmpted escape and worth 2 more years or so...

edutcher said...

Isn't that the jail where a gang inside ran things to the point of getting 4 of the female guards pregnant?

Jason (the commenter) said...

If they don't have the gumption to try and escape, then they should all be set free. They obviously don't have what it takes to commit a serious crime, and paying people to guard them is a farce.

Original Mike said...

Was it dinner time?

bagoh20 said...

They thought it was trap...and it was.

elkh1 said...

Free room & board, free gym, free health care, no labor, no worry about next meals and a roof over one's head. Sounds like heaven in Obamaland.

Phil 3:14 said...

Biblical

Harriet said...

Paging Paul and Silas...

Harriet said...

Paging Paul and Silas...

Joe said...

Ack! I live here in Montgomery County. I'm a news hound. I didn't hear word one about this until I saw your post, Ann.