DELAND, Fla.,None - Investigators caught an escaped inmate in Volusia County
WFTV's Blaine Tolison found out more about the prisoner and how he escaped.
Police said he even broke into a house where he grabbed a knife.
When DeLand police pulled Burke from the woods, he was wearing boxers and had a chain between his ankles and sensors from a heart monitor still covering his body.
Officials said Burke had been in the custody of Volusia County corrections officers at the hospital.
A short time later, police found Burke in the garage of a vacant home on Plymouth. They said he broke in and armed himself with a knife.
Burke, who appeared to be in a daze, gave up. He was taken by ambulance back to the hospital where he has been since Sunday.
Burke does have a prior criminal history.
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