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Christopher Buggs, a murder suspect who had been awaiting trial in a 2018 Brooklyn murder case for more than three years, was accidentally released from the Otis Bantum Correctional Center in Rikers Island, New York, due to a clerical error.

The 26-year-old was mistakenly released on Tuesday, March 9, and it has been confirmed that he is still at large. Buggs is described as 5 feet 5 inches tall and 160 pounds, he is also considered armed and dangerous, as a manhunt was launched to search for him.

Christopher Buggs Age

Christopher Buggs is 26 years old.

Charged – Arrested

Three years ago, on January 29, 2018, 23-year-old Buggs shot Ernest Brownlee, 55, outside a Brooklyn deli. Victim Brownlee was an ex-con who served time in prison for two murders in the early 1980s. In 2011, he was indicted on robbery charges in Brooklyn for which he spent three more years behind bars.

Brownlee was having lunch with pepper steak, rice, and beans at B&G Deli and Food Corp. in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, when Buggs suddenly appeared and shot him three times in the chest. The shooting took place at 12:40 pm on Friday, January 29, 2018. Buggs was soon caught by police and held on Rikers Island, where he had been awaiting trial for him.

After Buggs’ release by mistake, Corrections officials promised a full investigation into the confusion, admitting that “this is a big problem.” A former correctional officer and his currently active counterpart agreed that an inmate’s release process should typically begin with a call to correctional officers to prepare the inmate for release, DailyNews states.

Thereafter, the Rikers Island general office authorizes the release and three admission office officers approve the release before an inmate is released from jail. In addition, approval from an admitting captain is required for release, followed by final approval from the deputy assistant principal.

For now, it is still unclear how Buggs was released despite the elaborate approval and verification procedure. “Sometimes there has to be some common sense. Someone didn’t have their thinking limit set. Someone should have said, ‘Wait a minute,” said a former Department of Correction employee.

He told the judge ‘suck my d**k’ accidentally freed from Rikers Island

About a month ago, Buggs reportedly insulted Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Vincent Del Guidice by saying “Suck my cock.” It was the 30-day contempt of court sentence handed down by the irate judge over Buggs that led to the entire mistake.

Buggs had to make a virtual appearance before Judge Guidice via a video session from Rikers Island on February 16, 2021. During the course of the court session, the judge denied his request for bail on the charge of murder. This upset Buggs, who repeatedly told the judge to “suck my cock” afterward, DailyNews reports.

Meanwhile, Winifred Mackins, the 55-year-old widow of Buggs’ alleged victim, Brownlee, said: “I don’t like this. I’m mad. They need to find this guy.”

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio stated: “This is being thoroughly investigated at this time. We will implement additional security measures to ensure this never happens again. It’s very frustrating. It was based on a court order, but apparently, it was a case where this inmate had been linked to him, but obviously, there were other charges as well that should have meant that he remained incarcerated. So let’s get a full review of this right away, make any changes we need to make. In the meantime, we have a high level of confidence that he will be arrested again shortly. ”

The Internet has reacted with dismay to the strange confusion of police officers that put citizens’ lives in danger. “Murder Suspect Christopher Buggs Was Freed By Rikers Error, NYPD Says https://youtu.be/2g9Svt5223o via @YouTube Total Morons,” one user tweeted. Another said, “New York is a mess” as he shared the news.