Man faces additional charges after he escapes being booked into Rock Co. jail

Quantrell D. Schwartzlow
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ROCK COUNTY, Wis. (WMTV)--- A man faces additional charges after he escaped when he was being booked into the Rock County jail on Thursday afternoon.

Detective Bureau Captain Todd Christiansen of the Rock County Sheriff’s Office said detectives discovered around 12:15 p.m. that a handcuffed man escaped from an interview room in the Detective Bureau area of the sheriff’s office.

Christiansen said he was taken into custody just after 11:00 a.m. during the execution of a search warrant in the 400 block of W. Beloit Street in Orfordville.

He was taken to the Rock County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau and arrived at 11:30 a.m. for a custodial interview.

He was briefly left attended in the locked interview room. He escaped by breaching a second story window. Detectives and staff immediately initiated a search of the surrounding area.

He said information was released to area law enforcement which included possible locations where he may have taken off to.

Janesville police officers found him just after 3:30 p.m. at one of the provided address and took him into custody. He was apprehended in the 700 block of Yuba Street in Janesville.

Quantrell D. Schwartzlow, 17, has been arrested for 2nd degree sexual assault, strangulation, suffocation and battery. He was arrested for escape as a result of his escape from custody.

Milton School District went into non-emergency lock down, after the recommendation from Rock County Sheriff's Office.Students continued their studies for the rest of the day, Milton School District said.

A non-emergency lock down prohibits outdoor recess and classrooms stay closed. Bathroom breaks and hallway transports are supervised. Students riding buses will be driven directly to their homes. The Sheriff's Office will provide policing.

The non-emergency lock down will continue until the incident involving Schwartzlow is resolved, Milton School District said.