DAYTON — Video surveillance from the Montgomery County Jail shows a woman falling through part of the ceiling in an attempted escape from the waiting room.
Jessica Boomershine can been seen climbing on some furniture at the jail and then attempting to climb into the ceiling, according to video obtained by our news partners at WHIO.
She then falls to the floor, damaging parts of the ceiling as well.
She is facing new charges of escape and destruction of property.
Boomershine, 42, was previously charged in connection to an 85-year-old Miamisburg man who was found beaten at a Dayton waste facility in January.
She is facing kidnapping, felonious assault, aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, grand theft, misuse of credit cards, vandalism and escape charges, according to court records.
Boomershine — as well as a second suspect, Billy Joe Farra — are accused of breaking into the man’s home, taking his gun and firing a warning shot into his bedroom and kidnapping him in his own car.
They reportedly drove him around in the trunk of his own car before leaving him and his car at a waste facility on East Monument Road in Dayton.
A worker found the man bleeding heavily in a break room at the facility, according to police.
Boomershine and Farra also forced him to give them his ATM pin, according to the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office.
Boomershine was arrested Jan. 16 at the Hollywood Gaming racino in Dayton.
Farra was arrested on Drummer Avenue early the next day.