New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-10-28 15:01:00 –
The last five teenagers who escaped the boy’s containment earlier this month were arrested in Houston on Thursday after a two-week flight, according to Baton Rouge police.
Malik Williams, 18, fled the Baton Rouge Juvenile Training School on the night of October 15, along with several other wards.
According to case reports filed in court records, some teenage prisoners attacked police officers, stole her keys, and locked her in a room inside the facility.
The teens then released Williams from his room and attacked two more guards before fleeing.
The other four boys were immediately arrested, but Williams continued to flee until Thursday, and police detained him and his girlfriend, Shameka Horoman, 20, in Texas.
Horoman’s arrest warrant was filed last week after police said she believed she was Williams’ escape driver.
According to police, Horoman picked him up from Monroe to Baton Rouge and then brought him back to the Monroe area.
She denied helping Williams, but BRPD investigators say cell phone records showed she drove from Monroe to Baton Rouge and returned on the night of the escape.
After five teenagers attacked three guards with a shank, they escaped from the old-fashioned juvenile training school in Baton Rouge, causing a new incident …
Williams was imprisoned for a number of armed robbers prior to the breakout. He is currently facing worsening prison escapes, armed robbery, correctional facility employee batteries, and car theft.
Both Williams and Horoman are waiting for delivery.
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