Saturday, April 21, 2012

Cook County Jail Inmate trapped, then rescued after jumping in ditch


A Cook County Jail inmate locked up only five days ago jumped into a construction pit and was trapped as he and other inmates were escorted to kitchen duty this afternoon, a jail spokesman said.

The man, 40, was expected to be given a psychological evaluation at Cermak Hospital after being treated this afternoon at Mount Sinai Hospital following the incident about 2:30 p.m. in a yard at Cook County Jail, 2715 S. Sacramento Ave., said Frank Bilecki, a spokesman for the Cook County Sheriff.

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

After he jumped, they should have filled the pit with Prisoner Waste!

Anonymous said...

and nobody poured in the cement right after because............

Anonymous said...

oh by the way law abiding, hard working, tax payer..... As we all know the county is "broke" and your taxes are going up as you read this. hows does it feel to know the county has spent thousands to buy the inmates microwaves so they can heat up their commissary junk food while sitting for 3+ years just to pick out the jury?.... (1 for each tier, compound wide)

your friend always, MUH DICK

Anonymous said...

Dart should be the one ending up in a ditch, wig less!

Anonymous said...

I'd like to go to jail just to beat the shit out of the inmates.

FOR OUR CHILDREN said...

CLOSE COOK ALL JAILS IMMEDIATELY!

RENT JAILS IN CANADA AND MEXICO!

Create an excellent living and learning environment that WILL be perfectly maintained by the inmates and as self sufficient as possible then bring them back!

Choices?

1. FOLLOW THE PROGRAM!
2. COMA SENTENCE MAINTENANCE!
3. VOLUNTARY EUTHANASIA!

I Voted For Obama said...

If you jump into a construction pit in a county jail, you voted for Obama.

Anonymous said...

Too bad it wasn't full of water.