Fresno Police Chief Dyer shows a new technique for preventing prisoner escapes – with an eye bolt attached securely to an interview room wall for leg shackles. After murder suspect Ibn Haqq escaped police headquarters a week ago, police raised security measures.
Fresno Police Chief Dyer shows a new technique for preventing prisoner escapes – with an eye bolt attached securely to an interview room wall for leg shackles. After murder suspect Ibn Haqq escaped police headquarters a week ago, police raised security measures. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Fresno Police Chief Dyer shows a new technique for preventing prisoner escapes – with an eye bolt attached securely to an interview room wall for leg shackles. After murder suspect Ibn Haqq escaped police headquarters a week ago, police raised security measures. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

Fresno police add anchored leg shackles to interview rooms after murder suspect’s escape

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