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The 29-year-old inmate who escaped from a Shreveport hospital while a security guard slept early Monday is back in custody and faces two additional charges.
In the meantime, the guard has been fired and members of the Shreveport police jail command are scheduling meetings with the private security firm to review protocol, Shreveport police Sgt. Kevin Goodwin said.
Sean Sibley now also faces one count each of simple escape and felony theft, the latter for leaving LSU Hospital with a heart monitor still connected to him, Goodwin said.
Sibley, wearing a hospital gown and no handcuffs, left the hospital after the private security officer who was assigned to monitor him fell asleep while a different security guard who was watching over another inmate in the same room left, according to police reports. The escape was discovered early Monday morning when the absent guard returned to his post.
Police surrounded Sibley's aunt's residence in the 800 block of Dalisa Street in Shreveport, where he was originally was arrested, about 11 a.m. Monday. No sooner had they arrived when a vehicle backed out of the enclosed garage with Sibley in the back seat, Goodwin said. Sibley surrendered and was arrested without incident.
At the time of his escape, Sibley was charged with two counts of vehicle burglary. A continuing investigation resulted in two additional counts of vehicle burglary and one count each of residential burglary and theft.
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What the hell were Security guards doing watching inmates anyways....thats ridiculous....anytime we had an inmate 2 DOC Officers watched them and if someone was under arrest the Dept that charged him was there until release....
 
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