Work release inmate working at fast food joint apprehended in Harvey after walking off job site
GONZALES – A work release inmate assigned to a job at a fast food restaurant disappeared Sunday.
The inmate, Zacchaesus Tassin, was assigned to the Wendy’s at the Tanger mall. He was an East Baton Rouge work release inmate.
“[He] walked off from his job at the Wendy’s, and management noticed he was missing shortly before contacting the sheriff’s office,” authorities said.
The 18-year-old is wanted for simple escape.
Wednesday morning, Tassin was apprehended at a motel in Harvey, Louisiana. He was booked in to the Jefferson Parish Prison as a fugitive from East Baton Rouge.
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