Authorities say a Tulsa woman who got out of her handcuffs while en route to the Mayes County jail Monday afternoon was recaptured Tuesday in Tulsa.
During a court hearing in Pryor, Laurin Lemley, 28, was ordered to serve a 30-day jail sentence Monday for failing to complete community service. The judge ordered her held in the Mayes County jail on a $33,000 bond.
As deputies were walking her to jail, she freed herself from her handcuffs and ran away.
Tuesday morning, members of the Northern Oklahoma Violent Crimes Task Force took her into custody after locating her near 31st and Memorial in Tulsa.
Court records show Lemley was arrested and charged in 2010 with possession of a controlled and dangerous substance without a prescription and possession or selling paraphernalia.