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Six escapes from custody, rearrested the same day

Fri, Oct 3rd, 2008
Posted in Court

On February 27, 2006, Bryan Six was sentenced to 53 months in prison by Fillmore County District Court judge Robert Benson for the attempted kidnapping and criminal sexual conduct involving a Canton teenager. After sentencing, Six had to be escorted from the courtroom that day after arguing with his public defender Fred Suhler and Judge Benson.

On Monday, September 29, Six was paroled from prison, after serving two-thirds of his sentence, into the custody of Dodge-Fillmore-Olmsted probation officers in Rochester as a Level 3 Sexual Offender. D-F-O officials were meeting with Six regarding possible housing placements when the ex-convict fled from the Government Center, driving off in a car in the parking lot.

U.S. Marshalls and members of the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Fugitive Task Force apprehended Six after a high speed chase in West-Central Minnesota Monday night.

As of Thursday, Six had not been charged with specific crimes, but faces the possibility of having to serve the remainder of his prison sentence (an additional 17 months) for violating the terms of his parole.

Six is being held in the Olmsted County Jail for violation of his parole. A hearing is yet to be scheduled on more formal charges.

Fillmore County Sheriff Daryl Jensen told the Journal that the investigation is continuing in Olmsted County to see if Six had any assistance from the public in his escape.

Jensen said that, while his department had no ongoing jurisdiction in the Six case, they did notify victims of his release and ultimate escape, as well as his re-arrest.

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