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After a recent escape attempt from the Los Alamos Police Department, Susan Reass will be getting her day in magistrate court March 4. There she will be officially read the charge against her, “escape from a peace officer.” The charge is a fourth-degree felony.
On Feb. 16, police arrested Reass on a probation violation around 1 a.m. When police attempted to process her into the Los Alamos County Detention Center, the report said they found her blood alcohol level was over acceptable limits to be admitted into the jail, and so she had to be sent to the Los Alamos Medical Center for evaluation.
While there, Reass asked the officers escorting her if she could use the bathroom at least two times. On both occasions, officers released her from her handcuffs to use a bathroom that was located next to the entryway to the hospital’s emergency room.
According to court documents, on her second trip to the bathroom, Reass apparently fled through a side door in the bathroom that led out into the hospital’s triage unit, with officers standing just 10 feet away near the emergency room.
According to court documents, officers immediately became suspicious when Reass didn’t answer inquiries from a nurse after four minutes of being in the bathroom.
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