COLLEGE PARK, Ga. (AP) — Police had been looking for a murder suspect near the Atlanta airport after he escaped from sheriff’s deputies who had been taking him again to Arizona.
Officials say Jsaan Carlos Strover bought away from two Maricopa County deputies whereas they had been dropping off a rental automotive on the airport.
The 20-year-old Strover is needed for murder, tried murder and aggravated assault in Arizona. He was arrested by U.S Marshals within the Atlanta space on April 12 on different expenses, however was already wished in Arizona.
Fulton County Sheriff Patrick Labat tells reporters that Strover ran away after deputies unshackled his legs so he may stroll down stairs.
“They removed the leg restraints to escort him down the steps and at that point he pushed past them,” Labat mentioned.
Strover was final seen carrying a blue jacket, white T-shirt and black sweatpants however didn’t have sneakers, in line with police. He was handcuffed and shackled across the waist, with “danger” tattooed on the entrance of his neck.
Dozens of officers from a number of businesses had been looking for Strover with canine and helicopters Thursday.
Officials warn that Strover is harmful, however say they do not imagine he has a weapon. Police urge anybody who spots him to name 911.