More details on the escape last week of Ronald Tackman, the inmate who was able to walk out of jail because he was wearing a suit for trial and was mistaken for a lawyer. After someone left a holding-area door unlocked, Tackman walked out and into an empty courtroom, where he was challenged by a court officer.
"Counselor, what are you doing here?" the officer said. "Which way is out?" Tackman responded. The officer - or, as this report described him, "the hapless guard" - then helpfully showed Tackman the way to the lobby.
Tackman has not been seen since, except briefly by his mom.
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