Man Convicted After Escaping Prison Before Trying to Smuggle Stuff Back In
A jury convicted Reginald Howell of Mobile, Alabama this week for his actions in October of last year.
The jury found him guilty in a case where Reginald escaped while serving time in prison for multiple charges, including robbery and controlled substances.
Howell later returned to the prison by using bolt cutters to return to the jail and smuggle contraband in.
He's scheduled to be sentenced on May 7th, 2021. The maximum penalty for his stunt is five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
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