OKLAHOMA CITY – A murder suspect escaped from Oklahoma County Jail in Oklahoma City early Friday by clinging to the outside of the building with tied sheets from a cell on the 12th floor.
34-year-old Pablo Robledo, who was arrested for first-degree murder, and his cellmate escaped by breaking a window in their cell and climbing down, said the spokesman for the prison, Mac Mullings.
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Mullings said Robledo was seen on a prison security video at around 5:25 a.m. in front of the prison. He was wanted Friday.
Cell mate Jose Hernandez fell or jumped off the makeshift rope on the fourth floor and was found and arrested by the police in Oklahoma City.
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Prison records indicate that Robledo has been detained since June 2019 for murder, assault, domestic violence, and other charges.
Court records show that he did not plead guilty and was brought to trial on August 31.