A deputy then checked the surveillance cameras and saw a man matching Parks’ appearance walk out of the garage wearing a black shirt with a patch on the shoulder and gray pants around 12:57 p.m., according to court records.
During interviews with inmates housed with Parks at the jail, detectives learned Parks has a relative under investigation in another state for murder and expressed needing to see them, according to court documents.
It is not clear where Beavercreek police found Parks or what time he was detained.
Parks had been in the jail since Aug. 26 and was sentenced in September for obstructing official business and no operator’s license, both misdemeanor charges. His projected release date was Nov. 20, according to court records.