Police Caught Bacolod City Inmates Cutting Steel Bars While Singing ‘Worship Song’ to Escape Jail Cell
BACOLOD CITY – Several inmates cut the steel bars in the station’s ceiling while singing ‘worship song’ to escape from jail.
Last weekend, the police authorities were able to stop a group of inmates to escape Police Station 8 in Bacolod City, Negros Occidental. The inmates saw off steel bars in the station’s ceiling.
Police Station 8 head Police Major Joery Puerto said that they have discovered the escape plan of the detainees while conducting a monthly inspection at the facility. The inmates used a guitar string to cut the steel bars.
Puerto believes that one visitor probably sneaker a guitar string into the facility. He said that the detainer might have been swapping out to cut the steel bars while singing worship songs inside the jail cell.
The police station chief said that the detainees were singing worship songs every 6:00 pm. The inmates were performing their scheme while there was limited number of police personnel at the station due to election deployment.
The official said that the culprits might get the idea from drug suspects who have been arrested during a buy-bust operation. One detainee who is already at the top of the ceiling returned after hearing an incoming cop.
The cop explained that the detainees plan to pass through the kitchen or the front part of the facility. 18 male detainees are schedules to be committed to the Bureau of Jail Management and Penology (BKMP).
Currently, there are 23 male detainees and two female inmates at the police station. The cop also recovered contrabands from the culprits.
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