Inmates 'get drunk on hand sanitizer then take work crew ATV on a joy ride', racking up new charges

Mail Online | 11/17/2018 | Stephanie Haney For Dailymail.com
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Two Oregon inmates who had nearly finished their jail sentences now face multiple felony charges after allegedly getting drunk on hand sanitizer while on a supervised work detail, stealing a Sheriff's Office four-wheeler and making a run for it.

Shawn McCallister, 34, and Christopher Turre, 30, are accused of drinking 120-proof sanitizing solution during their workday at the sheriff’s office animal rescue facility southeast of Bend, ramming through a gate on an ATV and fleeing from custody late on Wednesday morning.

McCallister - ATV - Turre - Couple - Hours

Both McCallister, who drove the ATV, and Turre were captured within a couple of hours, and slapped with a slew of new charges which could earn them some serious jail time.

The timing of the escape attempt is odd, as Turre was due to be released on his current charges on November 22 and McCallister was set to get out of jail on December 7.

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Now, both men have a court date scheduled for November 21, with bond in the new cases set for each of them at $50,000, Deschutes County Sheriff's Lieutenant Joshua McGowan told DailyMail.com.

McCallister was serving a 90-day sentence in jail on parole and probation violations on charges of reckless endangering, heroin possession, first-degree theft and criminal driving with a suspended license, according to a news release from the Deschutes County Sheriff's Office.

Turre - Days - Mischief - Charges

Turre was in for 100 days on first- and second-degree criminal mischief charges.

'Both of them have been out here at the rescue ranch, helping with the horses, and they really liked the work, because it's part of giving back to the community,' Sheriff's Captain Michael Shults told KTVZ. 'So we’re a little shocked they would leave.'

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But they did, after becoming 'very intoxicated' on the hand sanitizing solution that contains 60 percent alcohol, which they mixed with water and juice packs.

McCallister and Turre were first noticed...
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