Officers also located “multiple credit cards, ID cards and Ohio Direction cards,” along with a “water bond meth pipe sitting on the driver’s seat of the truck," the affidavit said.
Hyslop admitted to officers he had used both marijuana and meth earlier that day, the affidavit said, and he agreed to a sobriety test, which he failed. He was then placed under arrest.
A tow truck was then dispatched to tow Hyslop’s vehicle, the affidavit said. While towing the car, the auto shop noted that two loaded guns had been located.
While being interviewed by police about the weapons, Hyslop took off “running out the front gate of the tow yard,” the affidavit said.
“I advised dispatch and attempted to located Mr. Hyslop on foot and in my patrol vehicle but was not able to. Deputies then responded to the area to make a perimeter. I also requested K9 to the area along with Air Support from SP,” the affidavit said.
Officers searched for over two hours for Hyslop but were unable to find him.
Hyslop was indicted last week. A warrant was issued for his arrest. He was arrested on Saturday, according to online court records. As of Monday afternoon, he was listed as an inmate in the Clark County Jail.
Hyslop will likely be indicted this week on additional escape charges, according to online court records.