Murderer Wearing Ezekiel Elliott Jersey Escapes Custody While Being Interviewed

Some stories you just can’t make up.

North Las Vegas police arrested  25-year-old Alonso Perez on Friday after being suspected of shooting and killing a man by the name Mohammed Robinson in a parking lot.

NLVPD (thought) they had Perez detained, cuffed and alone in interrogation room, when cameras caught the unthinkable:

The following details were documented by the Las Vegas review journal:

North Las Vegas officers arrested Alonso Perez, 25, about 10 a.m. Friday. He was then taken to the department’s detective bureau at 3525 W. Cheyenne Ave., near Simmons Street, where he was placed in an interview room, still handcuffed.

About 12:45 p.m., “after the detective stepped out of the room, Perez turned the handcuffs until he broke free and escaped the building,” North Las Vegas police spokesman Aaron Patty said.

Perez then stole a white 2016 Ford F-250 pickup truck with Nevada license plate 26C819 from a neighboring business and drove away. No one was injured.

The good news? Perez was located, apprehended, and brought back into custody.

(h/t Busted Coverage)

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