Authorities arrest an escaped prisoner on Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2018, at an Ohio senior living community, in Waverly, Ohio.
(Pike County Sheriff’s Office via AP)
A female suspect is being booked on drug-possession was later found deep in the hot tub of a senior living community in Ohio on Tuesday, several hours after they fled from the authority, the Pike County Sheriff’s Office said.
The defendant – who by the governments that 34-year-old Autum Satterfield, was reportedly still wearing the yellow prison outfit when the authorities found her.
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Satterfield allegedly fled from a reservation center on Route 23 in Waverly around 4 p.m., the Columbus Dispatch reported. Her flight is prompted to enter a joint-search by Pike police, Waverly police, the State Highway Patrol and the local fire department, the report said.
The authorities find Satterfield nearly three hours later, after a 911 caller reported a woman sitting in the hot tub of a senior community activity center in Waverly.
It was not immediately clear how the woman ended up there.
The sheriff’s office said the woman is charged with felony escape in addition to the initial costs for the alleged heroin possession.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.