HUNTSVILLE, Mo. (KMIZ)
An escaped inmate turned herself in Monday night after being on the lam for nine days.
Ellen Goble, of Moberly, escaped custody on August 28 from the Randolph County Jail after impersonating another inmate that was set to be released.
The other inmate was set to be released just after 4 a.m. Saturday, but when she did not respond to a wake-up call, Goble impersonated the other inmate, according to court documents.
Goble kept her head down and then forging the inmate's signature to get released. During the release process, Goble took the other inmates' items, including a debit card.
When breakfast was served, jailers were notified by other inmates that Goble had left and the other inmate was still in custody.
Goble is now charged with escape from custody and forgery. Goble was being held in jail for second-degree burglary, resisting arrest, drug possession and operating a vehicle without a license.
Goble has a $10,000 cash only bond.