Alex Kirry and Ethan Millard tell the tale of a convicted murderer who had escape charges dropped after he did, in fact, escape prison. Based on an error that the Hocking County Prosecutor’s Office was unable to correct in court, a convicted murderer who fled from Hocking Correctional Institution on March 27, 2016, has been acquitted of a felony escape charge.
John Modie, 59, was indicted on April 26, 2016 after escaping from the Correctional Institution but during a jury trial Tuesday in Hocking County Common Pleas Court, defense attorney Dorian Baum requested the case be dismissed based on Rule 29, which is a motion for a judgment of acquittal and Judge John Wallace had no choice but to rule in favor of Modie.
And a #zenheadlines story to make the romantic in all of us have a little Cry..We stumbled across a video on Instagram this morning that melted our hearts. If you're a teacher, then it will probably make you smile, too! Watch as this romantic guy uses his girlfriend's (now fiancé's), 2nd grade students and classroom, to ask for her hand in marriage!