Prisoner escapes only to return to prison with bag of assorted home-cooked food

The Jefferson County Sheriffs Office had a hint that some prisoners at the Federal Correctional Complex in Beaumont were escaping from prison into a private land owned by a local rancher to smuggle contraband into the facility.

According to UPI.com, Joshua Hansen had been serving prison terms on drug charges.

Reports say the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office had a hint that some prisoners at the Federal Correctional Complex in Beaumont were escaping from prison into a private land owned by a local rancher to smuggle contraband into the facility.

The news website said sheriff's office Narcotics Investigators and U.S. Marshals then laid a surveillance at the said area on Thursday where they spotted a vehicle come and dropped a big bag on the said land.

Officers latter found Joshua Hansen with the large smuggled bag containing "a large amount of home-cooked food."

The bag also reportedly contained marijuana, three bottles of brandy, one bottle of whisky, multiple bags of Bugler tobacco, packaged snacks and fruit.

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