Escaped Inmate Fights With Girlfriend And Gets Sent Back To Jail

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Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

If you’re planing to break out of prison anytime soon, keep in mind that pissing off your getaway driver isn’t going to end well for either of you.

According Nebraska’s Journal Star, police say a Lincoln County Detention Center inmate walked away from his work-release job at an animal shelter when workers at the shelter responded to a fake call about a vicious dog. 27-year-old Dylan Aufdengarten was picked up by his girlfriend, 29-year-old Jennifer Harmon, outside the shelter. However, the pair got into a fight that resulted in Aufdengarten being kicked out of the car five miles down the road. Harmon then called the police and told them where they could find Aufdengarten.

Aufdengarten was brought back into custody and charged with escape. Getaway girlfriend Harmon was charged with aiding and abetting.

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