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AustraliaEscapee gets more jail time after speeding though school zone while handcuffed

10:25  12 june  2019
10:25  12 june  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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Escapee gets more jail time after speeding though school zone while handcuffed© ABC News Images Aaron Hyde escaped from prison last year while being escorted in handcuffs.

A Darwin man jailed over an ice-fuelled crime spree and fatal crash will serve an extra two years in prison after escaping custody and driving dangerously last year.

Aaron Hyde, 22, had been serving an 11-year prison sentence for the 2015 crash that resulted in the death of his 18-year-old friend Ashley Richards.

The court heard Hyde escaped from prison officers last April while being escorted in handcuffs from a Royal Darwin Hospital appointment.

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He then stole a car and drove it erratically through Palmerston — at 90 kilometres per hour through a school zone — with his handcuffs still on.

Hyde told police after his arrest he had been trying to apologise to the family of Ms Richards, but Justice Jenny Blokland rejected this explanation during her sentencing.

"It was a miracle no one was hurt … something Aaron Hyde knows full well," she said.

"It was serious enough that he escaped from lawful custody, however to drive in the manner he did places this course of conduct into the most serious category."

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During sentencing submissions, the prosecutor told the judge Hyde's rehabilitation prospects were poor and he was still a danger to the community.

"This was just so dangerous, not only to the community, but to himself — exactly the type of offending that caused the death of his friend," he said.

Hyde's lawyer Julia Ker told the court her client was still young and that a lack of grief counselling, along with his time at Don Dale youth detention centre, had contributed to his escape and offending.

In the weeks before Hyde's escape, the court heard he was having nightmares and one of his friends had died by suicide.

"What is lacking is any sort of counselling or psychological assistance to deal with the issues he experienced after the death of his friend," Ms Ker told the judge.

"As the result of his actions, one of his friends was killed."

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Escapee gets more jail time after speeding though school zone while handcuffed© ABC News Images The scene at the corner of Lambrick Avenue and Stuart Highway, where police said Hyde sped through a red light at 180 kilometres per hour.

The court heard Hyde did receive 12 months of counselling after his time at Don Dale as a result of recommendations from the Northern Territory's youth detention royal commission.

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However grief counselling had not been provided to him in Darwin's adult prison, Ms Ker said.

The court heard Hyde was diagnosed with ADHD as a child and although a report on his time at Don Dale stated his behaviour was a result of this, the judge said there was no indication his condition was being managed.

This report referred to 151 incidents at Don Dale, which included self-harm and incidents where Hyde was present but not a participant, along with 14 placements in the detention centre's Behavioural Management Unit.

"It is clear he should seek out and be offered programs and treatment given the known complex background to his offending, including ADHD," the judge said.

Hyde will now serve an effective sentence of 13 years in prison, with a non-parole period of seven years.

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