Accused Rapist Accidentally Released From Jail - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/2/03

Accused Rapist Accidentally Released From Jail

Twenty two year old Carlos Ferrer was accidentally released Wednesday after a clerical error.  Ferrer was transported to the Lubbock County Jail from the Dickens County Corrections Facility. He is to be tried for aggravated sexual assualt in Lubbock on Monday. 

He arrived at the jail Wednesday at 8:07am and was released just 5 minutes later at 8:12pm. The release wasn't discovered until Friday during a department audit.  The Sheriff's Department searched for Ferrer Friday night, but now they need your help in finding him.

"I'd like Mr. Frerrer to know that what he needs to do is to turn himself back in because from this point forward, he will be caught. It's just a matter of time," says Lubbock County Sheriff David Gutierrez. 

Ferrer is 5'9" tall and weights about 155 pounds.  If you have any information on the whereabouts of Carlos Ferrer please call crime line at 741-1000.

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