Police recapture escaped shoplifting suspect

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SAN DIEGO — Police tracked down a robbery suspect who escaped in handcuffs from a processing area at the downtown San Diego Central Jail on Monday.

Angelo PaschallAngelo Paschall, 21, fled the detention facility on Front Street shortly before 3 p.m. Monday, according to police.

La Mesa police officers re-arrested Paschall Tuesday morning near the intersection of Park Boulevard and Tony Gwynn Drive in San Diego. He was taken county jail where he booked on the original charge of robbery, as well as charges related to the escape.

Paschall was originally arrested on suspicion of shoplifting at the Burlington Coat Factory in La Mesa.

6 comments

  • Fred

    A banjo Bob learn the law. When you receive a California P.O.S.T. certificate and are employed by any agency in California you have law enforcement powers ANY WHERE in the state of California. Stop being a typical know-nothing idiot.

    • DavidM

      I'm pretty sure now that this is just an errant statement by FoxNews, and the guy was actually arrested by SDPD, but even if LMPD has law enforcement authority wherever they want, the taxpayers of La Mesa are more than willing to let SDPD patrol its own turf. It's not like every law enforcement officer from San Ysidro to Poway to El Cajon wasn't looking for the guy.
      It's not like local high schools teach was P.O.S.T is or should be. Local government education is sadly lacking, if not non-existent, in this community. Banjo Bob's misstatement is more a reflection on our tolerance for poor education rather than his own deliberate ignorance.

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