Cortney Marie Halley, 21, escaped California Highway Patrol officers during a roadside work outing by jumping into the American River. Less than an hour later, she was discovered and recaptured while lying on the riverbank in only her undergarments, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office said. Deputy Joe Roseli treats a scrape on Halley’s leg Friday.
Cortney Marie Halley, 21, escaped California Highway Patrol officers during a roadside work outing by jumping into the American River. Less than an hour later, she was discovered and recaptured while lying on the riverbank in only her undergarments, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office said. Deputy Joe Roseli treats a scrape on Halley’s leg Friday. Placer County Sheriff’s Office
Cortney Marie Halley, 21, escaped California Highway Patrol officers during a roadside work outing by jumping into the American River. Less than an hour later, she was discovered and recaptured while lying on the riverbank in only her undergarments, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office said. Deputy Joe Roseli treats a scrape on Halley’s leg Friday. Placer County Sheriff’s Office
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Inmate escapes during work outing by jumping into American River

July 16, 2016 12:19 PM