Monday, December 14, 2009

Woman Tries to Escape Jail Through Ceiling


The Richmond County Jail had their hands full over the weekend when a female burglary suspect wiggled out of a restraint chair and tried to escape through the ceiling, authorities said.

The woman, identified as 34-year-old Sanderdeanor Hogues of Augusta, was being restrained after an earlier incident in which she threw a chair during an interview with detectives. The suspect, who is 5'6" and 105 pounds, got out of the restraint chair and then tried to escape by climbing on top of a counter and partition and accessing the ceiling through the ceiling tiles, a report states. Ms. Hogues was detained after a brief struggle with jailers.

If the woman's escape attempt wasn't weird enough, details of her alleged burglary are even more bizarre.

A 52-year-old man told deputies that he returned to his home about 5:10 p.m. Thursday on Tamarind Way to find Ms. Hogues lounging under a blanket on his video rocker, a report states. She had already consumed a $20 bottle of his wine and ransacked the home.

When the burglar saw the homeowner come in, she got up and tried to leave with more wine, a flashlight, a telephone jack and the man's checkbook. Officers responded to a 911 call and detained the woman, who had forced open a rear window to get inside.

Ms. Hogues is facing a long list of charges, including burglary, theft by taking, criminal attempted escape, two counts of interference with government property and giving false information to police.

6 comments:

  1. MS.HOGUES IS STUPID. I HAVE KNOWN HER FOR A LONG TIME AND I HOPE THEY PUT HER AWAY FOR A LONG TIME. SHE HAS 4 KIDS AND I FEEL SORRY FOR THEM. I HOPE THEY DO NOT FOLLOW IN THERE MOTHERS FOOTSTEPS. SHE LOOKS BAD TO. SHE IS A CRACKHEAD FOR LIFE. BYE DUMBY

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  2. i went to school with Sandra. And she was a very bright person. People do make mistakes, I talked to her a couple of days before this happened, and she seemed to have had a breakdown. Her and her family will be in prayer. NO children should be with out their mother. Crack addict or not. People make bad choices. WHO ARE YOU TO JUDGE. YOU PROBALLY HAVE BLESSED THE JAILREPORT WITH UR FACE BEFORE

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  3. NO I HAVE OT I HAVE NEVER BEEN LOCKED UP AND FOR YOU TO SAY SHE SHOULD BE WITH HER CHILDREN YOU JUST DON'T KNOW HOW SHE TREATED HER CHILDREN. HER CHILDREN WERE TREATED BETTER BY STRANGERS. JUST BECAUSE SHE WAS A BRIGHT PERSON WHEN SHE WAS IN SCHOOL DOESN'T MEAN A THING. SHE HAS BEEN IN AND OUT OF TROUBLE FOR ALONG TIME AND ALL HER SHIT IS FINALLY CATCHING UP WITH HER. AND I AM NOT JUDGING HER I AM JUST STATING FACTS. BUT I HAVE NEVER BEEN LOCKED UP OR GOTTEN A TICKET. SO STOP PROTECTING HER STUPID BEHIND. I HOPE SHE NEVER GETS OUT HER CHILDREN WILL BE BETTER OF WITHOUT HER DRAMA QUEEN BEHIND. SHE WAS A TROUBLE MAKING, CRACKHEAD, ALOCOHOLIC, AND A FULL TIME HOE.

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  4. I have being knowing her since we were in elemmentary school. If you all know her then you know that she was mentally unstable throughout her life. She may have been bright, but it was a part of her mind that needed attention. I am sad to see her this way.

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  5. The kids are better off without this thing hanging around.

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