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Oklahoma City Murder Suspect On The Loose After Incredible Prison Escape Using Bedsheets

A murder suspect is on the loose in Oklahoma City after a brazen 12-story jail escape that was made possible via a bedsheet rope that allowed Pablo Robledo to lower himself and another inmate to freedom. KOCO reporter Christine Stanwood says Robledo, 34, was in the county jail on a first-degree murder charge. The other inmate who escaped, Jose Hernandez, suffered a broken leg and was apprehended.

Robledo had been in the county jail since his June 2019 arrest in the shooting death of another Oklahoma City man.

Bedsheet prison escapes aren’t a new idea. A quick Google search reveals dozens of escapes over the years using the multiple bedsheet and bust through the prison window method.  There are even instructions online for how to pull a prison escape using bedsheets. It’s not like this guy in Oklahoma City just happened to hatch this plan out of thin air.

Now is probably a good time to go into hiding if you have a previous beef with Robledo until he’s arrested and thrown into whatever maximum security cell they have in OKC.

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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