Five days of freedom could cost a Lubbock inmate two more years in prison.
In July, Michael Lee Fulton was at the center of a Lubbock Police search. They found him hiding under a bed at a friend's apartment. Fulton was supposed to be at the Lubbock County Community Corrections Facility serving time for a parole violation. Police say he escaped following a hearing at the courthouse.
Tuesday, Fulton was indicted by the Lubbock Grand Jury. This means he'll go trial to face a charge of unauthorized absence.
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