CAUGHT: Woman, 33, rearrested after walking out of Bronx police station

A domestic violence suspect walked out of the 44th Precinct stationhouse on Wednesday night, police said
A domestic violence suspect walked out of the 44th Precinct stationhouse on Wednesday night, police said. Photo credit Google Street View

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A female detainee who escaped from a police station in the Bronx on Wednesday night was rearrested Thursday, the NYPD said.

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Christina Evans, 33, was initially taken into custody on Wednesday evening following a domestic violence incident.

Evans, of the Bronx, was transported around 7:30 p.m to the 44th Precinct stationhouse in the Concourse section, where she was handcuffed and placed in the arrest processing room.

While in the room, she somehow managed to slip her hands out of the handcuffs and walk out of the back of the building, police said.

She remained at large overnight before she was arrested by members of the NYPD's fugitive enforcement division sometime Thursday.

The escape came about a week after an attempted murder suspect shoved a detective and jogged out of the 40th Precinct stationhouse in the Bronx. He was re-arrested the following day.