Hardin escape short-lived
HARDIN CO.—According to sources, a Hardin County inmate, Brian Vaughn, was out of his cell yesterday, Wednesday, May 16, when he decided he didn’t like the accommodations.
Sources indicate that Mr. Vaughn took off out the front door of the sheriff’s department and hauled ass in a westerly direction.
Officers in the area were informed of an escapee and began combing local ‘burgs.
Despite being busy threatening to arrest Disclosure staffers if they video police officers in her county while they are doing their jobs, stand-in sheriff Joyce Cullison tottered down the steps, poured her ample hips into the cruiser she inherited from late hubby and began putting around town in search of the wayward crim.
Sources indicate that Ms. Cullison found Mr. Vaughn hiding in the creek, in the woods, near the bridge on the outskirts of Elizabethtown heading in the general direction of Rosiclare.
Instead of lumbering out of her cruiser, Ms. Sheriff rolled down her window and yelled until Mr. V stuck his head up out of the weeds.
“You gonna run any more?” Joyce asked.
Vaughn said no and climbed out of the creek, out of the woods and onto the road where he then climbed into Ms. Sheriff’s squad car for his ride back to jail.
In keeping with the level of ineptitude in Hardin County (generally speaking), there has been no word from officials and nothing resembling media was informed of the escape, nor of what Vaughn was in custody for in the first place.
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