Has it been long enough after a tragedy to start ridiculing Arizona again as one of the nation's capitals for bizarre news, especially its law enforcement. Seriously: How inattentive must a sheriff's deputy be to take an inmate to a Taco Bell, then let him escape?
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A Gila County inmate went missing Tuesday afternoon after fleeing a Taco Bell in Globe, authorities said.
The inmate, 24-year-old Roy Reyes, was at a Taco Bell on the east side of Globe with two Gila County sheriff's employees when he disappeared, Sheriff John Armer said.
Reyes was serving as a county-jail trustee on a maintenance detail, Armer said.