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Man Who Escaped From Court Updates His Facebook Profile While On The Run

Man Who Escaped From Court Updates His Facebook Profile While On The Run

At least he has his priorities straight. Escape from court, post new photos to Facebook, that's how it works isn't it?

Well that's what one Limerick man, who has been on the run for six days so far has been doing, while Gardaí are waiting to see if he will hand himself in.

According to the Irish Times, Garda sources told the Limerick Leader that the mother of Jason Frayne, from Limerick city, rang a Garda station and said he would be handing himself in, after he made contact with her in the last few days.

It appears that the man's Facebook account has seen some updated activity since his escape with one of his friends posting a picture of the film 'Catch Me If You Can' to his page suggesting he watch it. He also wrote online himself last Thursday posting: "Who else is out today haha" as well as new pictures of himself, while friends branded him a "legend" and "gas" since his escape.

Frayne made a break from Ennis District Court last Wednesday through a back door of the courthouse, following their cases being dealt and while they were on their way back to their cells.

The other man who escaped, Keith Garrihy, was recaptured just outside Clarecastle a short time later. However, Frayne, who has 46 previous convictions and who was previously described by gardaí as an “associate with a northside criminal gang, with access to firearms and a large amount of cash” still hasn't been caught.

He had pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and unauthorised taking of a vehicle before Judge Patrick Durcan adjourned sentencing to a later date, just before he escaped from the courthouse.

 Hat-Tip: Irish Times

Mallorie Ronan

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