Inmate turns self in after he was released by mistake

Steven O'Leary

A man who was accidentally released from the Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center last week decided to do what was right and turn himself back in to authorities after enjoying a full day of freedom.

Steven O’Leary, 38, was behind bars for a theft charge and was awaiting a transfer to a drug treatment house when the mix-up occurred. Upon his return, O’Leary was seen in court later that afternoon and has since been transferred to Baltimore’s Friendship House for drug treatment.

[ CBS Baltimore ]

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