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Crime A 13-year-old murder suspect who escaped custody in North Carolina is back in custody

05:50  07 november  2019
05:50  07 november  2019 Source:   cnn.com

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A 13 - year - old boy, who allegedly murdered two men in North Carolina , escaped custody on Tuesday while wearing leg restraints and no shoes, authorities said. The teenager, identified only as Jericho W., was hit with two counts of first-degree murder Oct. 17 in the deaths of brothers Frank

A 13 - year - old double murder suspect from North Carolina identified as Jericho W. has escaped from the custody of regional social services. "The juvenile was in custody of the NC Department of Public Safety Transport Team," a Robeson County Sheriff's Office rep said on Facebook Tuesday.

a man wearing a white shirt© Robeson County Sheriff's Department

A 13-year-old murder suspect who escaped from officers following a court appearance in the North Carolina city of Lumberton this week is back in custody, officials said Wednesday.

The boy, identified by state authorities only as Jericho W., is in the custody of US Marshals, said Matthew Jenkins, a spokesman with the North Carolina Department of Public Safety. The teenager is expected to be transferred to a juvenile facility Wednesday night.

Jenkins declined to give any details about the teenager's capture.

Jericho fled around noon on Tuesday from a Department of Social Services building where juvenile court hearings are held, the Robeson County Sheriff's Office said.

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A North Carolina 13 - year - old charged with two counts of first degree murder escaped from custody on Tuesday after a court appearance, news station WTVD reports. The teen, identified only as Jericho W., was in court at around noon when he disappeared. Robeson County Sheriff Burnis Wilkins said

A 13 - year - old boy who was charged with two counts of first-degree murder and robbery with a dangerous weapon escaped from law enforcement on Tuesday after a court appearance in North Carolina , officials said.

He was in court to face two counts of first-degree murder and a charge of robbery with a dangerous weapon, the sheriff's office said. Several law enforcement agencies are looking for him, including by air with the help of helicopters, authorities said.

Authorities said they had "a high degree of concern for the safety of both the juvenile and the public" because of his "prior history of assaultive and unpredictable behavior," the state Department of Public Safety said.

Details about how the boy escaped weren't immediately released. He had made a juvenile court appearance Tuesday morning, the public safety department said. He was seen in the facility wearing leg restraints and no shoes, according to the sheriff's office.

He was wearing a white T-shirt and beige pants near the facility, at the intersection of North Carolina Highway 27 and Country Club Road in Lumberton, the sheriff's office said.

The public safety department said state law prohibits it from releasing details about the charges against Jericho because he is a juvenile. The law, however, says authorities may release the first name and last initial of certain juvenile escapees.

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