A prisoner who escaped from the Federal Reformatory at
Chillicothe, Ohio, while serving a stolen car sentence, was
recaptured without firing a shot because, Deputy Sheriff Dwight
Beery reports, farmer Wendell Bryant, who lives near Frankfort,
Ohio, got his shotgun out and backed up the lone deputy who answered
Bryant's call and helped to trace the prisoner. Deputy Earl Kuhn
reported to Deputy Sheriff Dwight Beery, that the prisoner appeared
ready to make a break at one point but did not do so "because of Mr.
Bryant standing in an advantageous position. I couldn't have asked
for better assistance." The Ross County Law Enforcement Officers
Association honored Bryant at a special meeting.
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