Note to inmates planning an escape: Don't anger your getaway driver.
A Lincoln County, Nebraska Detention Center inmate who escaped Thursday was back in custody the same day after his girlfriend/getaway driver told police where they could find him.
Police say 27-year-old Dylan Aufdengarten walked away from his work-release job at an animal shelter when others at the shelter responded to a bogus call about a vicious dog.
An officer called Aufdengarten's 29-year-old girlfriend Jennifer Harmon, who told police she had picked up Aufdengarten outside the shelter, but kicked him out of the car about five miles down the road after they had argued.
Aufdengarten was charged with escape. Harmon was charged with aiding and abetting.
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