Sheriff’s deputies capture escaped inmate
Published 8:43 am Wednesday, December 21, 2016
During an appearance late in the afternoon on Dec. 16 before a 22nd Judicial District Judge, Brenzel Warren, age 42, was ordered to jail. While being escorted to the jail, Warren allegedly broke loose and fled. A manhunt ensued in the Franklinton area but Warren could not be located. It was suspected that someone picked him up.
On Dec. 20, Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office detectives received information that Warren was hiding in a house on Monroe Street in Bogalusa. Detectives and deputies went to the location and surrounded the house. Warren then surrendered without incident and was transported to the Washington Parish Jail. No bond has been set for him at this time.
Sheriff Randy Seal commented on Warren’s poor decision to flee.
“All he did was to earn an escape charge that is certain to give him more time in jail,” said Seal. “It was a poor decision on his part, but he is a grown man and will have to suffer the consequences of his own behavior. I am pleased that our officers were able to locate and arrest him without harm to anyone.”