An 18 to 24 month sentence is really not that long to serve in prison as far as sentences go, but for one prisoner it was.
Judy Lynn Hayman escaped from a Michigan prison after serving 8 months of her sentence for shoplifting from a store in 1977. Now, 37 years later she has finally been caught by the FBI. Now 60 years old and living in California under a different name with documents and everything, she answered the door when police came knocking at her San Diego apartment.
This is all the result of a cold and snowy Detroit day that had Lt. Charles Levens of the Michigan Department of Corrections staying inside the office to update old fugitive files. When a death certificate for Hayman was not found, her person was. Even though she had aged significantly since escaping and she had procured a new identity, her eyes were the same as they were in her original mug shot and ultimately gave her away when she answered the door. Hayman admitted to her actual name and was taken in. Although her sentence seems so small and trivial it is not for law enforcement to dismiss her from serving the rest of her original time.
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