Deputies looking for female inmate who didn’t return to jail after medical furlough

Deputies are looking for a 23-year-old Boise woman who did not turn herself back in at the Ada County Jail Friday after she was released earlier that day for a court-ordered medical appointment.

Molly H. Brown is charged with a felony count of escape. There is an active $100,000 arrest warrant for Brown.

Brown had been an inmate in the jail since Jan. 4 on several charges, including felony possession of controlled substance. She was released into the custody of a family member Friday morning for a court-ordered medical appointment.

Brown was supposed to be back at the jail at 1 p.m. The family member dropped Brown off at the jail and watched her walk into the building before driving away.

Brown did not turn herself back in. She waited until the family member drove away and walked out of the building.

Brown was last seen wearing blue stretch pants that look like jeans and a long-sleeve white T-shirt with sparkles.

Brown,Molly

The ACSO had over 250 court-ordered furloughs — when a judge orders that an inmate be temporarily released so that inmate can get services in the community that are not available at the jail — from the main facility in 2014. In every circumstance, those people checked back into the jail.

Anyone with information on where Brown is should call Ada County dispatch at 377-6790.

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One thought on “Deputies looking for female inmate who didn’t return to jail after medical furlough

  1. Heres an example of out dated Idaho law not keeping up with modern day electric and electric assist bike technology and a law in search of a problem where no problem exists. A moped? Yea right!!! A federal law HR 727 limits electric assist bikes speed to 20 mph and a 750 watt motor (I can go faster on my road bike) and many states laws say they can go anywhere a normal bike can go including bike lanes and bike paths like the greenbelt. California defines the law the best.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_bicycle_laws
    Come on…catch up Idaho. In the meantime I will continue to ride mine to and from work everyday (in the bike lane) and continue to rack up the miles (2000 miles so far since last April) and do my part to not send my money to big oil and Saudi Arabia, use alternative transportation and help reduce winter time inversion pollution. Not to mention they are fun and make the daily commute so much more enjoyable even in the winter. Ada County…a silver level bicycle friendly community? Not with that attitude. Ada County Sheriff…I hope you guys got better ways to spend your time rather than hassle law abiding, hard working people just trying to get to work everyday. I guess all the bike thieves in town must have been caught and there is a shortage of real crime to be fought. In the mean time I got work to do. End of rant.

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