LOS ANGELES – The authorities returned a 15-year-old boy accused of murdering his mother and managed to escape juveniles in Southern California. The McDonald's restaurant in Anaheim, where Ike Souzer was taken peacefully in the evening on the night of the night, Captain Orange Sheriff County Mike Peters said. The teenager got medical help for piercing a wound on his leg, which may have originated from his escape, said Peter.
Ike Souzer fled from the hall for minors in the Orange district, once got on the roof, and then jumped the fence immediately after midnight.
The staff spotted the Souzer on the roof, then turned on the general alarm and phoned the Sheriff's office, he said.
Peter said that the deputies were very fast.
The sheriff's office released videos that indicate that Souzer tends to have an obvious wound on his leg shortly after the escape, and then appears to have accidentally walked away from the facility. A 6-foot, 200-pound teen was dressed in red trousers and a white shirt
Dozens of law enforcement officers, including FBI agents and federal marshals, were looking for a boy. for at least two decades and an investigation into how this happened.
Souzer has been in custody since age 13 when he was arrested on suspicion of mortally hurting his mother. old Barbu Schur-Suser. His escape was at the heart of the trial on juvenile offender prosecution, said Kimberly Edds, a district attorney.
Souzer's public defender, David Hammond, did not respond immediately to a comment request. P & # 39; s
Gohundme's page for Sheuer-Sozer states that she has so well helped her son with autism that she returned to school to help others with this condition and was about to graduate from the University of California, Los Angeles. 19659005] "Thanks to her unconditional love and devotion, she helped her son move from non-verbal to verbal status," says the page. "Her goal was to help her son and autism by giving and serving the needs of others."
There were three children and three grandchildren in Shuere-Suser.