Teen flees during house arrest processing

“(Expletive) you, you never do anything for me”
Sandusky Register Staff
Jan 23, 2014


A Sandusky teen ran from police after her father took her to the Erie County Detention Home to be placed on house arrest Tuesday afternoon, a Sandusky police report said.

The 16-year-old King Street girl was charged with obstruction and resisting arrest. It was about 3 p.m. when the girl’s father took her to the detention home and she began screaming at him, according to the police report.

The girl then allegedly grappled with her father before pulling away and escaping through the facility’s doors.

Officers spotted the girl near Broadway and Barker streets, but she shouted, “(Expletive) you, you never do anything for me,” and continued running.

The girl made it to her King Street home, where she locked herself in the bathroom, the report said.

With her father’s blessing, an officer forced his way inside and walked her to his cruiser as she flailed her limbs and thrashed around, the report said. 

She was then booked into the detention home.


Tom Sawyer

Good for him! Most parents let there kids do what ever they want mist of the time at 16


I completely agree Tom Sawyer! There's a few 16-18 year olds - and a few even younger - that I think should be put in there for a week or so and they'd find out just how easy they have it on the outside. Then again I have a young relative that has spent time in there and on house arrest and he's STILL not learned his lesson. What bothers me about this blip of an article is that the girl was able to escape thru the doors of the facility. I would think that if she was being taken there to be put under house arrest she would be in a secure location and unable to leave.

JMOP's picture

How did she get to that point in the first place?


Badgirl badgirl, whatcha gonna do?

mimi's word

Doesn't care now..won't care later...we will being paying and dealing with this problem her whole life.


Come on now, How do you know why she is acting like that.