This photo, presented by Orange County, North Carolina, the sheriff's office, shows the Jataveon Dashawn Hall. Mackerel-suspected wound was captured almost two days after leaving a hospital where he was treated. (Sheriff Office of Orange County through AP)
RALEIGH, NC – A suspect in North Carolina's theft who was removed from an 11-year-old boy with a machete was caught on Sunday, almost two days after he got out of the hospital where he was treated for a wound the head. His capture came after hunting and guiding his fingers to who was to blame for his escape. Shane Brown of the Burlington Police Department said Jathan Dashun Hall was arrested in an apartment on Sunday afternoon. Hall, 19, was returned to the Orange County, where the Sheriff's office said she faced charges, including breaking and entering and assaulting. Authorities said the boy was only in the Meban house, about 40 miles northwest of Rawley. on Friday morning when Hall entered after another suspect rang the door, and another waited outside. Hall forced the boy to hide in the wardrobe and steal the electronics when the boy appeared, grabbed a machete and hit the suspect in the head with the blade, drawing blood, according to the sheriff's office. The boy turned for the second time, but he missed it. The authorities did not indicate where the machete was stored
Hall and other suspects then escaped. "When Hall realized he was bleeding, he released the electronics," he left home, and left with another man, "said the woman," the sheriff's officer said.
It was not clear whether Hall had a lawyer;
It was exactly what happened after Hall sought treatment, raising questions about how he was guarded. The County Sheriff Charles Blackwood, who said that Hall had never been in the hands of his cabinet this day. MEPs were informed and one was waiting in a public area of the hospital for more investigators to arrive, said the sheriff's office, adding that "at this moment, Hall is just a suspect and has no legal authority to detain him."
Hall of the People was transferred to the UNC Medical Center in Chapel Hill because of the severity of his wound. But Hall's video surveillance left the second hospital with a head wrapped in a bandage and dressed in a hospital dress and blue socks for about eight hours. Friday. Some nurse soon noted in his chart that he had left.
However, the sheriff's office said they were not notified until the next morning when they called to question him. The cause of the delay is not clear.
"I'm not in the business of blaming," the sheriff said in a statement Sunday. "But it became clear to me that another statement was needed to protect the actions of my deputies and investigators and to put this issue in the right context."
UNC Healthcare noted that the sheriff had not placed a deputy defense at a courtroom, saying that suspects being treated "remain legal responsibility to law enforcement." The hospital system added that "nurses and doctors can not be both guardians and law enforcement authorities."
The boy's mother, Katelin Johnson, told WTVD-TV that she was upset, Hall had fled the hospital, adding, "It was infuriating."