Beginning this week 13-year-old teen from North Carolina known as Jericho W escape from the custody of the police. He was facing two first-degree murder charges and disappeared after a juvenile court trial on Tuesday, November 7.
However, The teen escaped from the supervision of the Department of Social Services NC Department of Public Safety Transport Team. He was being kept in a DSS facility in Fayetteville, NC. There he was waiting to be tested at a juvenile hearing for his charges. Sources tell that Jericho was being kept inside the department with other juveniles, wearing leg restraints, and no footwear. After a department worker opened the door to the room, the teen ran off.
Although, The teen escape pointed to a huge search for the teen that involved various agencies. Those are the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, U.S. Marshal Services, Robeson County Sheriff’s Office, Lumberton Police Department, Lumberton Rescue Dive Team, and Deep Branch Fire Department Dive Team. Moreover, In an unexpected move by authorities, which is sometimes done in cases with juveniles. His photo was published to news outlets in beliefs that he would be located spontaneously.
Twenty-four hours later his disappearance, the teen was directed in by family members who delivered him over to federal marshals, and is now back in charge in a separate “secure cell.”