- Georgia’s public safety division stated a homicide suspect escaped Thursday on the Atlanta airport.
- The suspect escaped police whereas being extradited to Arizona.
- Police stated the suspect escaped when sheriff’s deputies eliminated his leg ties so he might descend a flight of stairs.
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Police are searching for a homicide suspect who escaped custody Thursday at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Worldwide Airport, Georgia’s public security department said on Twitter.
The suspect, Jsaan Carlos Strover, 20, escaped police Thursday morning as he was extradited by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Workplace in Arizona.
Strover was charged with first diploma homicide, tried first diploma homicide and assault earlier this month, according to FOX 5 Atlanta.
Fulton County Sheriff’s Workplace told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution this Strover escaped two deputies from Maricopa who accompanied him again to Arizona.
Investigators stated MPs eliminated Strover’s legrests so he might descend a flight of stairs within the automotive rental space at Hartsfield-Jackson Worldwide Airport. As an alternative, Strover handed them and fled.
—Georgia Public Safety Division (@ga_dps) April 29, 2021
Clayton County Sheriff Victor Hill informed Fox 5 Atlanta that Strover was final seen getting into a wooded space close to the airport in School Park, Georgia.
Police described Strover – who was handcuffed when he escaped – as a black man, six toes three inches tall and weighing 150 kilos. Officers stated he had a tattoo on his neck and was sporting a blue jacket, black sweatpants and no footwear when he escaped.
Anybody with data of Strover’s whereabouts has been requested to name 911 or the nameless Crime Stoppers Atlanta hotline at 404-577-TIPS (8477) or on-line at www.StopCrimeATL.com.