Man rejects prosecutors’ offer of two years on escape charges
WOODSTOCK – A man accused of escaping the back of a squad car while handcuffed and then eluding capture for 12 hours has rejected prosecutors’ offer of two years in prison.
James R. Henson, 45, has been in the McHenry County Jail since his arrest in October 2011 after a property owner called in a trespassing complaint.
While in the back of a McHenry County sheriff’s car, Henson allegedly kicked out a window and escaped. He eluded capture for more than 12 hours before he was found in a wooded area.
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