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    Default Prisoner from Lansing, KS escapes in M929.

    (Iím not having luck posting a link from my phone.) An inmate from the prison in Lansing, KS escaped using a M929 5 ton dump truck. The truck has been found at 92 and Parallel in Kansas City, KS. Not sure what the guy did but I hope he gets caught. The news and half the people commenting on Facebook are calling it a deuce and a half. I politely offered the proper model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingvan911 View Post
    (I’m not having luck posting a link from my phone.) An inmate from the prison in Lansing, KS escaped using a M929 5 ton dump truck. The truck has been found at 92 and Parallel in Kansas City, KS. Not sure what the guy did but I hope he gets caught. The news and half the people commenting on Facebook are calling it a deuce and a half. I politely offered the proper model.
    https://www.kctv5.com/news/lansing-p...da5aa81a7.html

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    Classy.
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    This google map link shows 5-tons and other heavy equipment inside the wire. Isn't that brilliant?!

    https://www.google.com/maps/search/+.../data=!3m1!1e3
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    Are prison system is a joke to begin with.
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    They probably have the keys in a lock box.
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    Military trucks don't have keys unless modified. Even if the steering wheel is locked with a chain, if a truck was pointed towards the fence, an inmate could have started the truck and crashed through the fence. Very stupid to have any heavy equipment located inside the fence where inmates have access. Someone at the prison should be polishing up their resume.
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    Oh, OK. Thanks, I didn't know that.
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    Maybe you should read this before they lock you up again. IMG_5946.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by glcaines View Post
    Military trucks don't have keys unless modified. Even if the steering wheel is locked with a chain, if a truck was pointed towards the fence, an inmate could have started the truck and crashed through the fence. Very stupid to have any heavy equipment located inside the fence where inmates have access. Someone at the prison should be polishing up their resume.
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