Most romantic escapes

Most romantic escapes

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It seems like a prison has nothing to do with romance. And the shoots can get very romantic and worthy of a story about them.

Ralph and Rebecca Brown, Freddie and Patricia Gonzalez. In 1989, Freddie Gonzalez was in prison serving a four-year sentence for robbery. This happened in the Arkansas Valley, in the city of Crowley, Colorado. Freddie's friend, Ralph Brown, who was noted in the past with thefts and sexual assaults, also served his sentence there. However, both criminals were lucky - they ended up with loyal wives. They even agreed to risk their lives, just to get their husbands out of prison. On August 19, Rebecca Brown and Patricia Gonzalez rented a helicopter in Denver. The women said they wanted to photograph several objects from above. It turned out that they are located near the prison. During the flight, the wives took out their pistols and forced the pilot to fly to the place of their spouses' imprisonment in order to pick them up from the prison yard. The guards did not dare to shoot at the helicopter - there was an innocent pilot there. The fugitives boarded the aircraft and covered a distance of 35 kilometers. After landing, they tied up the pilot and boarded a van prepared in advance. The lovers managed to travel 650 kilometers and get to Nebraska. Here, in the residential area of ​​Holdredge, the authorities found the fugitives. After a small skirmish, two desperate couples decided to surrender. Fortunately, the capture went without bloodshed. The men received several more years beyond their terms and now continue to miss the freedom behind bars. Their brave wives were supposed to spend 20 years behind bars, but were released on parole. Apparently, they promised to send their love in a different direction.

Randolph Dael and Bobby Parker. Randy Parker served as the head of the Oklahoma penal colony. His wife Bobby and two daughters lived with him. Parker's house was located near the prison, and his wife taught the inmates pottery classes in the family garage. There Bobbie met artist Randolph Dael. He was an exemplary prisoner, which allowed him to often attend art classes. On the morning of August 30, 1994, while leaving for work, Randy Parker saw Dael working in the garage. And on his return late in the evening, he did not find either his wife or the family car in the house. And the authorities sounded the alarm - Dael was not in the cell. Later that evening, Bobbie called her mother and asked her to tell the children that they would see her soon. However, the woman never came home. Over the next few years, Daela and Bobby were seen together several times. True, no one could understand whether the woman was an accomplice in the escape or whether she was kidnapped against her will. She, being scared, did not dare to return to the family. Only on April 4, 2005, the fugitives were found in Texas at a chicken farm. Dael went back to prison, where he died a couple of years later from lung cancer. And Bobbie Parker finally returned to the family. True, in 2011 she was sentenced to a year in prison for helping to escape.

Sarah Joe Pender and Scott Spitler. The woman, along with her boyfriend, was charged in 2000 with the murder of two of her roommates. But Sarah herself denied her involvement in the crime, claiming that she was only helping her beloved hide his murder. But the authorities still pleaded guilty and sentenced her to 110 years in prison. Sarah began serving her sentence in a maximum security prison in Rockville, Indiana. In it, she met a married security guard Scott Spitler, who also had children. A romantic relationship ensued, which, together with a $ 15,000 bribe, encouraged the guard to agree to an escape. On August 4, 2008, Pender changed into civilian clothes carefully left for her by Spitler at the prison gym. She then hid in the guard's van under the seat and thus drove out of the prison yard. The man took the fugitive to the agreed place, where former cellmate Jamie Long was already waiting for her. She transported Sarah to Indianapolis. The escape quickly emerged, and the video cameras clearly showed who exactly helped the woman escape. Spitler was immediately accused of organizing the escape, and he had no choice but to betray his accomplice. She was arrested a few days later, and Sara Pender herself was found in December. She lived in Chicago under an assumed name. The former security guard went to jail for seven years, and Sarah was sent to the Indianapolis Women's Prison. This time she was relieved of her cellmates - the woman spends most of her time in solitary confinement.

John Yant and Diana Broadbeck. Diana Broadbeck, a 43-year-old housewife from Wellsville, Pennsylvania, decided to participate in a church program to support prisoners. During the event, she befriended the inmate John Yant. This former math teacher was in Rockview prison for the rape and murder of his 18-year-old student. And although the crime seemed terrible, the criminal behaved in an exemplary manner. This behavior attracted Diana. She began to visit Yant and even write him frank letters with sexual innuendo. The criminal himself wrote many petitions to revise his sentence and to cancel his life sentence. But the authorities were not going to forgive him. The presence of a guardian at Yant allowed him to work outside the walls of the prison, which, in fact, was not controlled by anyone. On April 5, 1986, a prisoner was working on the road near the correctional facility. Then a car drove up to him with Diana Broadbeck at the wheel and the couple rushed off together into the distance. For the next two years, the lovers lived in Idaho under assumed names. But in 1989, after the story of the escape was covered on television in the show "Untold Secrets," the couple was caught. For complicity in the escape, Brodbeck was sentenced to two years in prison, after which the woman returned to her family. And Yant continued to serve his life sentence and in 2012 hanged himself from despair in his cell.

Peter Gibb and Heather Parker. This professional from Australia carried out an armed attack on a carriage of valuables in 1991. After his arrest and awaiting trial, Gibb ended up in an isolation ward in Melbourne, where he met a prison officer, Heather Parker. She had just survived a divorce, so she easily entered into a romantic relationship with the prisoner. Prison officials even found the couple having sex in the equipment storage cabinet. After that, Parker was transferred to another institution. Gibb was sentenced to 12 years in prison for his crime. But he decided not to wait for the end of the term and on March 7, 1993, together with another prisoner, Archie Butterley, escaped. The assistant was Peter's lover, Heather Parker. The woman brought some explosives to the prison. So the lattices were removed from the path, then with the help of tied sheets the fugitives went downstairs. There they were already waiting for a car with weapons, prepared by the same Parker. But when trying to escape, the fugitives got involved in a shootout with the police. The criminals were able to injure one of the law enforcement officers and also hijacked a van. The final escape took place after reuniting with Parker. After 6 days, Gibb, along with his beloved, was found in the town of Gaffnis Creek, where he was arrested. During the shootout, their accomplice, Butterly, was killed. It is likely that his own friends shot him. And Parker and Gibb received ten years in prison for that escape, but after a few years they were released early. After that, the couple continued to meet, but problems with the law led to a separation in 2007. And four years later, Gibb died after a fight with three men. Love did not bring freedom or change the criminal's lifestyle.

Samantha Lopez and Ronald McIntosh. Samantha Lopez was serving a half-century in Dublin, California in 1981 for robbing several banks. She was kept in a women's prison with few guards. Nearby there was also a building for male prisoners who are temporarily awaiting transfer to other prisons. While working in the prison office in 1985, Lopez met Ronald McIntosh, who was serving his sentence for fraud. True, he was also threatened with a new term for financial fraud. The man and woman developed feelings for each other. Realizing that they would never meet in freedom, the couple decided to flee. On October 28, 1986, the man asked to be transferred to the federal prison camp in Lompoc. The authorities reacted negligently to this issue - they sent Macintosh there on a regular bus without security. It is not surprising that he never arrived at the place of new confinement. In addition, Macintosh was an experienced helicopter pilot, having had time to fight in Vietnam. Already on November 4, he seized the air vehicle, threatening the pilot with a pistol. The pilot was forced to take the criminal to Bollinger Canyon, where he was dropped. Then the Macintosh flew on its own. He decided to take his beloved with him, for which he landed right in the exercise yard of the Federal Prison in Dublin. The escape took place, but after 11 days the couple was detained in a Sacramento mall. There they tried to pick up the already ordered wedding rings. For the escape attempt, Mackintosh received 25 years, and his beloved five more years. A rare case - an escaped prisoner decided to help a friend. But often gullible women become only a tool for the escape. In this case, romantic feelings took over the desire to save oneself.

Edgar Eugene Kearns and Sandra Kay Beeman. After the divorce, Sandra Kay Beeman was left with two children and was forced to work as a guard at the Cumberland County Jail, Maryland. On August 29, 1990, deep in the night of Beeman's shift, prisoner Edgar Eugene Kearns, serving time for counterfeiting and theft, appeared in the control room and grabbed a woman. With the participation of another prisoner, James Vernon Barnes, Beeman became a hostage. This made it possible to force other guards to open the prison doors and release the criminals to freedom. The fugitives got into Beeman's car and took her with them. The authorities initially believed that the woman had been kidnapped against her will. But soon suspicions arose of her involvement in the escape. Beeman called her daughter and said that she was fine and she was with "him." And four days later, Barnes was caught, who said that the woman was in fact in a romantic relationship with Kearns. It turned out that Beeman took a voluntary part in the escape. The most interesting thing is that the woman was generally going to marry a completely different prisoner, who did not even know about her connection with Kearns. This story was shown in the show "Unsolved Mysteries" after which the heroes were identified as their guests by the owners of a motel in Hamilton, Canada. Beeman and Kearns were immediately arrested, the man received an additional five years in prison for escaping, and his cunning girlfriend all ten.

William Timothy Kirk and Mary Evans. William Timothy Kirk was imprisoned for 65 years for armed robbery. His life sentence, in fact, he served in the prison of Morgan County, Tennessee. And in August 1982, the offender was also charged with the murder of two prisoners from the same prison. It was up to the young lawyer Mary Evans to defend the repeat offender. She spent a lot of time with her client and fell in love with him. Together with her, Kirk figured out how to escape from prison. The lawyer initiated a meeting of her client with a psychologist. On March 31, 1983, Kirk, accompanied by three guards, met with Evans at the Oak Ridge office. During a conversation with a psychologist, the lawyer surprised everyone by taking a pistol from her purse and handing it over to the criminal. Threatening with weapons, he tied the guards and the psychologist and fled with his beloved. The couple hid from the authorities for 139 days, but were eventually found at the Western Union office in Dayton Beach, Florida. After her arrest, the young woman stated that she had the happiest days of her life. It is likely that Evans acted under the influence of a previously undiagnosed mental illness. Her lawyers, in any case, tried to challenge her sanity. But the judge did not believe this and sentenced the young woman to three years in prison. Kirk was convicted in absentia for escaping and killing two people, adding another 40 years to his sentence. After 11 months, Evans was literally released and married to a man with a criminal record. True, her husband remained to serve his term.

Michael and Nadine Vojour. In 1986, Michael Vojour was imprisoned in La Santé prison in Paris, where he was serving a 28-year sentence for armed robbery and attempted murder of a police officer. Michael has already tried to escape from prison three times, but this time he enlisted the support of his wife Nadine. To carry out a bold plan, the criminal needed a helicopter. But Nadine did not know how to pilot it, so she had to specially learn this. On May 28, the woman rented the aircraft and headed towards La Santé prison. At the same time, her husband acquired a fake weapon, and made a kind of grenade from a pair of peaches. Such fake ammunition allowed him to force the guards to take him to the roof of the prison. Nadine flew there and took her husband. Soon the helicopter landed on a nearby soccer field, where the couple got into a prepared car. For four months the fugitives remained at large, until September 27, the woman was detained in a country house. And the next day, Michael with two henchmen tried to rob a Paris bank, but got into a shootout. The bullet hit the bandit in the head, which caused him to fall into a coma. After spending 16 months in prison, Nadine found her husband awake, but he had to learn to speak again. But Michael managed to fully recover from his serious injury and in 1993 made two attempts to escape from prison at once and again with the help of a helicopter. The desire to break free and for some reason it is by air in this person is ineradicable.

Laurencia "Bambi" Bembenek and Dominic Gugliatto. In March 1982, Laurencia Bembenek, nicknamed Bambi, learned that she had been sentenced to life imprisonment. The woman was charged with first-degree murder in Milwaukee. The judges decided that it was Bembenek who killed Christina Schultz, who was previously the wife of detective Fred Schultz. The case itself turned out to be very controversial. The defendant insisted that she was not to blame for the incident. And one of the murdered children generally claimed that two masked men had disappeared from the scene of the crime. But Laurencia was sent to prison, and her husband immediately filed for divorce. While in prison, the woman met Dominic Gugliatto, the brother of another inmate. A man and a woman fell in love with each other. On July 15, 1990, Bembenek escaped. She escaped from the prison through the open window of the laundry room, and then was able to overcome a two-meter fence with barbed wire. On the loose, Laurencia met Gugliatto, who drove her away from the prison. The couple moved to Canada, settling in the city of Thunder Bay. Interestingly, after that escape, the number of supporters of Bembenek's innocence only grew. The woman lived free for only three months. Her efforts to secure refugee status in Canada, harmed by a conspiracy within the American legal system, have failed. The fugitives were returned back to the States. And if Gugliatto received a year in prison, then the woman achieved a review of her case.This time, the court found her guilty of second-degree murder and sentenced her to a suspended sentence. But Laurencia did not give up and continued to fight for the right to be presumed innocent until her death in 2010.

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