Shocking moment when the man walks out of the courtroom after being sentenced to 90 days in jail – and now he gets even more time behind bars after being caught outside five minutes later
- A 33-year-old man now faces further charges after fleeing the Rochester Hills courthouse, where he had just been sentenced to 90 days in jail
- After receiving his deadline for disorderly conduct and retail fraud, Jayson Mendoza Cordero decided to make a point
- He was chased by court officials who had quickly caught up with him
- The man now receives extra imprisonment for new charges, including escaping legal custody and resisting and hindering a police officer
Jayson Mendoza Cordero from the city of Pontiac, northeast of Detroit, simply left the Rochester Hills courtroom before being taken into custody.
A 33-year-old man who was imprisoned for 90 days for disorderly conduct and retail fraud thought he knew better than the judge when he decided to walk out of a Michigan courtroom after receiving his verdict.
Jayson Mendoza Cordero from the city of Pontiac, northeast of Detroit, simply left the Rochester Hills courtroom just before he was taken into custody on Tuesday morning.
The bold but foolish move was all captured in images of courtroom surveillance.
Initially the Cordero could be seen sheepishly slipping away from the courtroom where he had just been convicted.
Then, in an instant, she walked through the public gallery and out the front door.
Judge Nancy Carniak quickly realized what was going on and a single bailiff followed the man.
Judge Nancy Carniak had just sentenced him to 90 days in Oakland County jail for disorderly conduct and retail fraud, but Cordero decided to go his own way
So I'm going then! Cordero looked over his shoulder as he made his way
A second camera on the outside of the courthouse was then able to run Cordero completely off the track in a sprint that ran on a nearby road to nearby forests.
He was recaptured five to ten minutes later in a wooded area in front of the office of the Oakland County – Rochester Hills Substation sheriff, attached to the courthouse and then taken to Oakland County jail.
Cordero & # 39; s stunt means that he has now ended up with further charges, including that of escaping legal custody and opposing and hindering a police officer.
He will almost certainly receive more imprisonment if he is next in court.
A courtroom officer quickly hunted, but by then Cordero had already left the front door
Cordero could be seen sprinting from the front to the courthouse
A few bailiffs chased after the 33-year-old man who had been found in the woods
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