DETROIT (WXYZ) — Detroit police say a teen is back in custody after escaping custody at the 10th precinct on Tuesday morning.
According to police, 16-year-old Chaz Taylor of Muskegon was wanted for escaping and carrying a concealed weapon and resisting and obstructing an officer from an incident that happened this morning.
Police say he was handcuffed, detained and taken to the 10th precinct, but at the precinct he moved his handcuffs from the rear to the front and took off.
Around 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, police said Taylor was back in custody.
His mother tells 7 Action News that he does suffer from mental health issues.
BREAKING: Detroit Police FOUND 16 year old Chas Taylor from Muskegon, who escaped custody this morning. His mother says he suffers from mental health issues. Police say he originally was arrested for having a CONCEALED weapon & fighting with officers. @wxyzdetroit #5PM pic.twitter.com/TL8KTpmq0r— Simon Shaykhet WXYZ (@simonshaykhet) August 20, 2019