A murder suspect who led authorities on a manhunt after escaping from state custody was back in court Wednesday.
In February, Teddy Munet escaped from Circuit Court while still in handcuffs and a belly chain. He was captured nearly 12 hours later.
Munet, 30, pleaded guilty to escape and robbery charges in June.
On Wednesday, a judge sentenced him to five years in prison for escape and 10 years in prison for robbery, which will be served concurrently.
Munet is also accused of fatally shooting William Fallau last July.
He will remain in custody until his murder trial later this year.
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