PRESS RELEASE - Escaped Prisoner Turns Himself In
Escaped Prisoner Turns Himself In
On March 20, 2015, at 8:15 AM, Isaiah Jackson, entered the Marshall Police Department and turned himself in to Detectives. Jackson was still wearing handcuffs when he entered the building. Jackson has been booked into the Harrison County Jail on two warrants for bond forfeiture. Charges of Escape from Custody are pending the issuance of a warrant.
Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa stated, “The Marshall Police Department is pleased to advise the community of Marshall that Isaiah Jackson is back in custody. It is important for the community and the Police Department to work together to keep our community safe.”
The original press release is listed below:
On March 19, 2015 at 9:35 pm Isaiah Jackson, B/M, 18 years of age was being transported to HCSO charged with two bond forfeiture warrants. Jackson was being brought out of a MPD patrol unit upon arrival at the Harrison County Jail, and escaped from MPD custody on foot. Jackson fled westbound and was not immediately located. Isaiah Jackson was handcuffed behind his back at the time of his escape and may have walked his cuffs to the front of his body or even removed them by the time of this release. It is believed that Jackson will attempt to return to his residence in the Ryan’s Crossing apartment complex located at 1509 MLK Blvd., Marshall, Texas.
Jackson is a person of interest in an unrelated incident and had been arrested on the outstanding bond forfeitures earlier in the day.
Chief Jesus Eddie Campa said, “The Marshall Police Department needs the cooperation and support of our community in locating Mr. Jackson. We believe him to be a dangerous fugitive and will not stop looking for him until he is returned to custody. Anyone with any information about his whereabouts is encouraged to call 911 immediately.”
Captain John S Best
Patrol Bureau Commander
Marshall Police Department
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