Angel Santiago, 28
Michelle Hung, 44
For crying out loud, What a fucking dumbass Tard, the bitch gave a gun to a crazy man to help him escape prison were he was serving 2 life time sentence's and facing a 3rd one this week, dude had nothing to loose and everything to gain, Have fun behind bars Michelle, 11 felony charges, your 44 years old, there goes the rest of your life right down the crapper.
Santiago is already being held on two life sentences for a series of armed robberies and a shooting committed in 2006 in three Florida counties. He was awaiting a trial for another armed robbery that could get him a third life sentence. Authorities say he has a history of mental illness in addition to violence.http://www.orlandosentinel.com/orl-b...,5864997.storyKISSIMMEE - An investigation of how an Osceola jail inmate obtained a gun this week produced its first arrest Friday.
A corrections officer, Michelle Hung, was arrested after midnight when she lied to detectives asking about how inmate Angel Santiago got hold of a loaded 9mm. pistol on Monday, according to the Osceola County Sheriff's Office.
"We brought in a lot of people to talk to ... and she lied," sheriff's spokeswoman Twis Lizasuain said of Hung, whom a tipster identified as an officer who transported inmates to court.
Santiago, 28, was serving two life sentences and facing a third at an upcoming trial when he tried to escape Monday evening by drawing a gun and taking a jail officer hostage, records show. Forcing the officer to go with him to the jail infirmary, Santiago ordered the unidentified officer to strip and exchange clothing with him, records show.
The inmate was dressed in the officer's uniform and the officer was dressed as an inmate when other officers confronted and disarmed Santiago, records show. The rescued officer later said Santiago had threatened to shoot him in the head, record show.
Santiago, who has a history of violent crimes and mental-health treatment, was transferred this week to a state prison unit for new inmates. He had been held for more than a year in the Osceola jail awaiting trial.
It could not be learned Friday night if Hung, 44, of Orlando, knew Santiago from taking him to court appearances.
The Sheriff's Office would not say what Hung told detectives that was considered a lie. She has been charged with filing a false police report. Bail was set at $1 million, records show. Such a bail amount is considered extraordinarly high, especially for a non-violent crime.
"We have a sincere interest at this point in a lot of people," Lizasuain said when asked if such a large amount indicated a special significance for Hung's arrest. " We haven't identified any suspects yet."
Booked briefly at the jail where she works, Hung was transferred to the Orange County Jail, where she remained Friday night. Arrested jail employees are transferred for their own safety so they will not be held with prisoners they supervised.
http://www.osceola.org/index.cfm?lsF.../Sheriff/35062Osceola County Sheriff's detectives have charged Michelle Hung, a corrections officer with the Osceola County Jail with 13 felonies for her involvement with Angel Santiago's attempted escape on June 22, 2009. Originally, Santiago identified another corrections officer as the one who gave him the gun, but through the course of the investigation, detectives learned about the elaborate plan Hung and Santiago developed for his escape. Hung was scheduled for an extended medical leave to begin June 19th. During this time of leave, Hung, made contact with Santiago in an effort to execute the escape.
On June 25, Hung was brought to the Sheriff's Office for questioning about the incident. Detectives showed evidence to Hung which contradicted her statements and it was then that she requested an attorney. Hung was arrested and charged with Filing a False Report.
Based on the information detectives obtained during the investigation, Hung is charged as principal to all of the felonies Santiago was charged with: Kidnapping, Armed Robbery, Aggravated Assault with a Firearm, Attempted Escape, Introduction of Contraband into a Detention Facility (2 counts), Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Impersonating an Officer, Persons Engaged in Criminal Offenses with a Weapon and Resisting with Violence. In addition, she faces two more charges: Depriving an Officer of Means of Protection or Radio Communication Cell Phone (2 counts), Unlawful Use of a Two Way Communication Device (2 counts).