The stories of jailhouse justice must be true if that is what an escaped inmate says when caught. He must have been very afraid he was going to be handed some "justice" by the Harley-Davidson crowd.
From my local paper (excerpts):
A Jail inmate’s escape came to an end when a few alert citizens tackled him to the ground Wednesday afternoon.
David Lee Todd, 49, thwarted two deputies who were monitoring him during a medical appointment.
He bolted from his wheelchair and a deputy was unable to catch him. Todd reportedly pushed a woman out of her burgundy Dodge Durango to use as a get-away car.
---- saw Todd emerging from a nearby field still wearing his jumpsuit and looking drenched in water. He said he and a few other men started to chase Todd until they tackled him near an air-conditioning unit by the back of the Harley-Davidson building. “We threw him to the ground and eight guys crowded around him,” Case said.
----- was at the Harley shop talking to friends when Todd was chased over there. He helped contain the man until authorities arrived.
“He said ‘I’m not a rapist, I’m not a pervert,’” Stein said. “But I said, ‘You’re wanted so you’re not going anywhere.’”