A man charged with murder for a shooting on the Dan Ryan Expressway in 2012 – who was mistakenly released last week – has been apprehended.
U.S. Marshals captured Garrett Glover just before 11 p.m. Friday, as he slept on the floor in the apartment of a relative’s girlfriend in Lithonia, Georgia, an Atlanta suburb, according to the Illinois Department of Corrections and the Cook County sheriff’s office.
Glover was “erroneously” released to a parole program instead of being sent back to the Stateville Correctional Center after a Feb. 24 court hearing, according to the sheriff’s office. IDOC blamed the error on the sheriff’s office, for its “failure to provide the IDOC with proper paperwork.”
Plans were being made to bring Glover back to Illinois, according to IDOC. He’ll face escape charges and parole violations.
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