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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

August 11, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A man mistakenly released from the Dougherty County Jail nearly four months ago is back in police custody.

Dramoski Perkins was arrested over the weekend when a bicycle patrol officer found him running down the middle of a Titusville, Florida roadway.

When the officer finally stopped him, he told police his name was Courtney Perkins. Titusville Police charged Perkins with possession of crack cocaine.

Dramoski Perkins was mistakenly released from the Dougherty County Jail in April. He was being held on homicide and armed robbery charges in connection with the robbery and shooting death of Antonio Daniels at the Georgian Mobile Home Estates last year.

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