- Ryan Henry disappeared in 2017 after being released temporarily from jail to attend a funeral
- After being in hiding for a while, he called the Sherriff's office to report an alleged snakebite
- Ryan identified himself using a false name but authorities soon discovered who he was
- They cancelled a search party and sent a team to capture the fugitive who was later transferred to jail
A fugitive who had successfully avoided the long hand of the law for three years has landed in jail after fate betrayed him.
The convicted drug felon who was hiding in Oregon, USA, called 911 after a rattlesnake reportedly bit him.
He was walking in the hills in Kells Canyon area and got lost in the process forcing him to call the Sherriff’s office.
At first, the guy identified himself using a fake name but was later discovered to be Ryan Henry, a 33-year-old man wanted for a felony, Daily Mail reports.
Ryan’s criminal history caused the rescue mission to be cancelled and instead, officers were sent to surrounding areas and boats were dispatched to the vicinity.
The felon was traced, checked for injuries by first responders and transported to jail afterwards.
According to a statement by the Sherriff’s department spokesperson Ashley McClay, paramedics found no proof of a snakebite on Ryan.
In 2017, the man disappeared after he was granted permission to leave jail and attend a funeral.
An outstanding warrant was issued and he may face a felony escape charge.
In other news, a black man named Clarence Moses-EL was declared guilty in 1988 and sentenced to 48 years in prison for sexually assaulting a woman after the lady dreamt of him.
In a report gathered by Face 2 Face Africa and sighted by Legit.ng, the infamous event occurred during a summer night in 1987.
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