Tuesday, July 14, 2009

3 Prisoners Escape; Michigan City, IN

Authorities believe the three inmates escaped Sunday from the maximum-security prison in Michigan City through underground tunnels and pipe chases.
Grand Beach Police Chief Dan Schroeder said authorities were maintaining a heavy presence in the town because they don't know if the escapees still are in the area.

"This is a large area and there's all different kinds of places they can hide," Schroeder said about the heavily wooded community.

The escapees could conceal themselves in the woods, in the tops of trees, in a ditch or a creek, behind homes or on the beach, Schroeder said. "Hiding (in Grand Beach) is really not that much of a trick actually," Schroeder said.

Many residents of Grand Beach -- including those who commute from Chicago for weekend and summer stays -- said they weren't scared. They continued to keep their doors unlocked and taking walks up and down the quiet streets. Many residents use golf carts to get around.



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Anonymous said...

i hope the person i think is reading this is reading this. It's been awesome being friends with you and i'm going to miss you. I hope where ever you are, you're safe and happy. please please never never never get caught. I look foreward to our paths crossing again, haste the day when we've created a world where friends don't have to abandon each other for fear of state violence. if it's ever safe to, send me an email at lessonsfromryan@gmail.com. take care of yourself.

Kitty Styles said...


I am Kitty Styles and first I want to apologize for writing here without any connection with the post.

I just wanted to inform you that I made a short report in english about what happened in Bulgaria in the last month. I will write such reports every month.

My blog is here:


And the report is here:


Xander said...

Good to have you back.

I miss you. :(

Kitty Styles said...

Xander, are you talking to me ?

Xander said...


Why, do I know you?

Anonymous said...

ELF Action in Central North Carolina.
ELF Attack Home of Bank Of America Board Member, BOA Branch. Twice.