Then, Johnson pulled over near the intersection of FM 1486 and Ben Smith Road, where he surrendered. The deputy received some minor head wounds and was taken to a hospital, Sowell said.Johnson was in custody at the Montgomery County Jail on a robbery charge and appeared in court Monday for a drug-related charge.

Joshua Johnson had a court appearance in Grimes County and was being returned to the Montgomery County Jail in handcuffs when he was able to move his hands to the front of his body and break through the partition of the squad car, said Grimes County Sheriff Donald Sowell.

Sowell said Johnson took the deputy hostage, but eventually let him go.

“He ran to a woman’s mobile home not long after he jumped out.

He tried to get her to help him, but she screamed her head off and called 9-1-1.

(Pattonsburg, MO) -- Three women are now in custody linked to the jail escape of a convicted killer and two other inmates.

ABBEVILLE — An Abbeville County jail inmate escaped police custody and was still on the run late Tuesday night, possibly wearing nothing but his underwear.An Abbeville County jail inmate escaped police custody and was still on the run late Tuesday night, possibly wearing nothing but his underwear.We were there in a minute and a half, but he had already run.”HOUSTON -- A Montgomery County Jail inmate, who escaped after taking a Grimes County deputy hostage at about p.m.Monday, surrendered peacefully two hours later, Grimes County officials said.The inmate, who is also known as Ray Ray, is charged with attempted criminal sexual conduct and burglary. The team of dogs found Ray’s orange jumpsuit and his court paperwork in a wooded area near the intersection where he jumped out of the car.Ray did not have any clothes other than the jumpsuit, so authorities believe that if he is hiding in the woods or near it, he may be barely dressed.“We think that, because of the time he has been missing, someone might have picked him up by now,” Wilkie said late Tuesday.