Convict flees guard on job-training trip

March 08, 1995

A 29-year-old convicted robber escaped from a correctional officer yesterday while being escorted across a Baltimore street to a downtown prison.

Bryan M. Jeffreys was being walked back to the Baltimore City Correctional Center from a job-training program about 3 p.m. when he broke free from the officer and ran south on Greenmount Avenue, said Maxine Eldridge, a spokeswoman for the Division of Correction.

Jeffreys was serving a 13-year sentence for assault and robbery, Ms. Eldridge said. His last known address was in the 600 block of Bouldin St. in Baltimore.

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