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Baltimore police are searching for a retired actor from “The Wire,” who is she to say that to escape from the police after having been transferred to a local hospital for a check-up.
Christopher Clanton, Sr., 33, was arrested on Sept. 12 for a violation of a protective order, and was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital for a pre-existing check-up before he was scheduled to be transferred to Central Booking in Baltimore, Maryland, police say.
The 6’0″, 65 lb., the actor has escaped from the hospital on Friday, and it is well-known for a lot of of the Harford Road corridor, police say.
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A judge has issued a final order to Clanton this is the month, and in the former, the actor also has three other pending criminal cases, according to the Baltimore Sun. A protective order was sought against the Clanton back in July, and the outlet reported.
“The Baltimore Police department needs your help finding an escaped prisoner,” they said in a Facebook post. “Anyone who has seen or knows of a Clanton resident will be required to call [the] police.”
On Saturday morning, a message on a Facebook Page, with the Clanton and the name of the so-called detailed the reasons for his alleged escape, which he says affected him as a witness to an officer of snorting cocaine, which is, in turn, pointed his gun in Clanton, when he asked the officer about it. Clanton said he got out of the hospital after he had been threatened.
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“Funny how EVERYONE’s got something to say, AND NO one asks about my safety, etc., And this is what happened… I caught the officer and sniffng for a line of cocaine off of his backhand,” Clanton said in the Facebook post. “That’s when I said something about it he pulled a small pistol out of his pocket, and a sad one,” I’d hate to say it, you had to have it, and you have to fill it with my Permission.’ I walked over to the door to look for a different officer. He was the only one. During one of his adventures. I was alone, and actually walked out of the front door, I WON’T be JUST another NUMBER IN the POLICE force, DART BOARDS…”
“DO YOU REALLY THINK THAT I WILL HAVE TO RUN BECAUSE OF A VIOLATION OF A PROTECTIVE ORDER??????BALTIMORE CITY-REFUSE TO BE A STABLE HUSBAND AND A SON, AND WOULD HAVE PREFERRED HIM TO LOOK UP IN THE STANDS!!!!!, he added.”
Clanton told the post that he was going to run himself, even though he did not give a specific time frame. He told me that the people who are on Facebook to share a post.
A police spokesman told the Baltimore Sun that they were not familiar with the Facebook post or in the claims of the officer.
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Clanton played Savino Bratton in the first and the fifth seasons of “The Wire,” will appear in 9 episodes in the series run.