In Chattanooga, Tennessee, Christopher Padgett cut off his ankle monitor and ran off shortly before his murder trial. Police are still looking for him. He got a good head start on them because the Hamilton County Corrections Department doesn't monitor those on electronic ankle monitors on weekends or after business hours on weekdays, and Padgett cut his off sometime around 1:40 a.m. on the day of his trial.
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