Publicado: Mar, Junio 18, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Home invasion suspect flees hospital despite machete wound

Home invasion suspect flees hospital despite machete wound

County law enforcement and US Marshals were looking for him.

He has been held at the Orange County Detention Heart and charged with breaking and coming into, second degree kidnapping, interfering with emergency communications and assault on a baby below 12.

"This is very tough kid who kept his wits about him", Blackwood said in an earlier statement. The suspect, later identified as Jataveon Hall, 19, kicked the boy, who lashed out with the machete again but missed this time.

Before Friday was over, Hall had discharged himself from the hospital "against medical advice", the sheriff's office said in its statement, lamenting a breakdown in a system it said had otherwise worked well for years, with sheriff's deputies not discovering Hall was missing until calling a nurse on Saturday morning.

Shortly thereafter, Hall showed up at the hospital asking for treatment, the release said.

The sheriff's department has not returned a call from CNN seeking comment.

UNC Health Care noted Sunday morning the sheriff didn't place a deputy to guard Hall, saying suspects under treatment "remain the legal responsibility of law enforcement".

Orange County Chief Deputy Jamison Sykes said the Sheriff's Office has a longstanding agreement with UNC Hospital police about when to notify them once a suspect has been treated.

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"He found my phone on the counter and he took the phone but he dropped it, and that's when I picked up my machete and hit him in the back of the head", Braydon said. "I don't think we've ever had an issue where we've had someone there who got away". Simultaneously, a man broke into the home through a window and used the homeowner's pellet gun to force the child into a bedroom closet.

"The suspect picked up a cell phone that was not his and was placing it into his pocket as he entered the living room of the home".

The child left the closet and was able to get a machete.

The wounded intruder kicked the boy in the stomach and the side of the head before grabbing a PlayStation and a television, CNN affiliate WTVD reported.

The man attempted to steal some electronics, but the bleeding from his head sent him running from the home with his partners-in-crime.

Hall and the other suspects then fled.

Hall was transferred to UNC Medical Center in Chapel Hill because of the severity of his wound.

He was seen on surveillance video leaving dressed in a hospital gown and blue socks, with his head bandaged, the sheriff's office said.

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