A tricky Georgia prisoner broke out of prison by sneaking into a light apparatus in the roof and advancing into the office’s channeling framework, specialists said.
Gregory Keith Wyatt, 34, got away from the Haralson County Detention Center late Monday. He fled utilizing the north side of the prison and advanced toward Alabama, as indicated by the Haralson County Sheriff’s Office.
Wyatt, who was needed in Alabama on irrelevant medication charges, was arrested late Tuesday after a short standoff at home in Talladega, Alabama, somewhere in the range of 60 miles away, specialists said.
“We knew at an opportune time that he had gone to Alabama, and the inquiry was concentrated there from early toward the beginning of today for the day,” Sheriff Eddie Mixon said in an announcement. “The Talladega County Sheriff’s Office was useful in looking and arresting Wyatt.”
Wyatt, whose old neighborhood is recorded as Talladega in prison records, is being held without bail at the Talladega County Jail. He’s dealing with indictments of ownership of a controlled substance and ownership of medication gear, records appear.
Wyatt had been imprisoned in Haralson County since June on charges of careless driving, the attempt at manslaughter, and inability to stop at the area of a mishap, sheriff’s authorities told CNN.