A man accused of including a battery for a 65-year-old man is on a light bulb after he disappeared from Henderson Behavioral Health in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday night, the Broward Sheriff Office said.
Azmi Mahmoud, 46, was taken to an institution on Tuesday due to a court ruling. The BSO said the deputies were in the evening at 6 p.m. On the 30th, it was announced that Mahmoud was 5 pm. At the age of 45, he left the “undisclosed” institution.
According to the BSO, Mahmoud, who is 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs about 250 pounds, was in Broward Home Jail after violating the terms of his probation. He was arrested on November 21. In addition to the charges against a man over the age of 65, Mahmoud was also charged with, including large-scale theft and possession of cocaine.
Mahmoud, who has medium-length black-gray hair, tattoos on both forearms, was last seen opening his prison uniform with socks and a finger.
“Anyone with information on Azmi Mahmoud’s whereabouts is urged not to approach him,” the BSO said in a statement.
Instead, callers are asked to call 911 to find out where they are.