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Resiles is charged with the September 2014 home invasion stabbing death in nearby Davie of Jill Halliburton Su, 59, a member of the wealthy Texas-based Halliburton Co who married a University of Florida entymology professor. His black-and-white jail jumpsuit and shackles were left behind.
Resiles was in the jury box with other prisoners who were awaiting their hearings. It's unclear how he apparently removed them, but Israel said when Resiles sprinted for the courtroom door a bailiff was unable to catch him.
Police say Resiles made out of the Broward County Courthouse undetected, leaving his prison suit and chains behind. Her body was found, bound at the hands and feet and stabbed multiple times, in the bathtub of her home in Davie, Florida, according to a police report.
Frank Celone, a witness to the chaotic scene, said: "Right before he got there he pulled the buttons on his uniform".
Israel chastised Broward County commissioners, saying that the staffing at the courthouse has been insufficient since he first took office.
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The records also show Boca Raton police arrested Resiles in 2014 for attempted burglary, grand theft, loitering and prowling.
K9 units and police officials are searching the courthouse. "What we are suggesting is that you need a balanced approach to security", she said.
Though BSO scrambled to set up a perimeter within a few minutes, Israel said, "We believe he defeated the perimeter before we got into place". "We will do everything we can to bring him back into custody safely, quickly and efficiently". They said armed deputies are typically placed in a courtroom during trials, not hearings like the one on Friday.
Detectives were asking anyone with information about Resiles' whereabouts to call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477. "He described him as 5' 10", 170 pounds with tattoos on both arms, and as "armed and risky".
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