IONIA COUNTY, Mich. — An inmate at the Ionia County Jail has surrendered after escaping on Friday.
Gabriel Neff, 28, escaped at about 2:11 p.m. and ran toward the Grand River from the jail. He was chased by several corrections officers.
Ionia County deputies, Ionia Public Safety officers and Michigan State Police troopers set up a perimeter around Neff, according to a press release.
Neff gave himself up at about 2:45 p.m. and was taken to a local hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries sustained in the Grand River, according to the release.
He was being held on charges of carjacking, robbery and aggravated assault for an incident in May.
The sheriff's office now will seek charges of escape and resisting and obstructing an officer for the escape attempt.
Ionia Public Safety, Michigan State Police, Department of Natural Resources, and Ionia County Central Dispatch assisted in capturing Neff, according to the release.
No further details will be released until the investigation has been completed, according to the release.