Wyandotte County escapee surrenders to bail bondsman
Kansas City, Kan. A man who escaped from custody this morning in Wyandotte County is back in the custody of sheriff's officers.
The Wyandotte County Sheriff's Office said Jeremy Comstock turned himself in to his bail bondsman about 3:30 p.m. today.
He had escaped custody shortly after 11 a.m. in District Court Division 5, where he was to appear on two charges of auto theft. As he was being handcuffed, Comstock fled out of the courtroom and departed the courthouse.
Officers said Comstock then attempted to carjack a vehicle at 5th and Tauromee.
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