Deputies Find Fugitive Hiding in Air Vent
GAINESVILLE- A fugitive is back in jail after deputies found him hiding in an apartment's air conditioning system.
The incident happened Tuesday when Alachua County Sheriff's deputies were trying to serve an arrest warrant to 23-year-old Cornelius Banks.
According to deputies, as they searched the home, they noticed a large toy car had been placed in front of the air handler vent.
The vent was latched from the outside and they found Banks inside.
Banks was charged without bail with resisting arrest and probation violation.
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