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Inmates Escape And Return With Whiskey, Cell Phones

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Inmates Escape And Return With Whiskey, Cell Phones

Inmates Escape And Return With Whiskey, Cell Phones

These four inmates didn't want their freedom, apparently, but they did want o hit the sauce.

Texas jailers recently caught inmates from the local Federal Correctional Complex red-handed.

The inmates had escaped and were returning with whiskey, cell phones, and other goodies.

Surveillance has been set up now, after repeated reports of prisoners escaping and returning with contraband.

Investigators say the prisoners left the prison grounds and cut through a nearby ranch, says Newser.


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