affidavit: inmate asked for directions moments before alleged escape - security camera protection box
According to court records, a woman allegedly escaped from Bexar County Prison on Thursday morning found her way out of the prison by seeking instructions from a worker at the prison.
Rosemary Hernández, 39, is now facing charges of running away.
He is a felony, according to court records.
Her guarantee has not yet set a new charging standard.
Herndez is said to have escaped around 8: 24 A. M. m.
According to her warrant affidavit, hours after she was arrested on Wednesday and accused of using lethal weapons for a serious attack.
She was accused of stabbing her boyfriend in the neck.
Officials at the Bexar County Sheriff's Office said Hernandez was still wearing street clothes and was allegedly being dealt with by prison personnel when she tried to escape.
Hernández managed to slip away at 8: 10 in the morning. m.
According to an affidavit, she took the elevator to the basement of the Bexar County Detention Center.
According to the affidavit, a contract worker from the sheriff's office told investigators that Hernández asked where to leave the building.
Investigators noted in their affidavit that she was seen in a security camera lens that passed through two gates and left the security area of the detention center. At 8:24 a. m.
Authorities said the camera recorded the situation in which Hernan-Dez left the detention center and ran to the intersection of Comar Martin Street.
Two hours later, Hernan was arrested by police on 4800 block of Commercial Street.
Authorities have previously stated that no one was injured during the jailbreak and that no damage was caused to any facilities or prison property.