Prison records show T.J. Lane’s behavior behind bars

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LIMA, Ohio– Just days after T.J. Lane’s prison escape and capture, new information is coming out about his behavior behind bars.

At Allen Oakwood Correctional Institution in Lima, where Lane was housed up until his escape on Sept. 11, the 19-year-old admitted to smoking marijuana and lab results supported that.

Records also show he refused to take part in mandatory education classes, sometimes drawing or doodling on paper.

He was also reprimanded for tattooing himself and for urinating on a prison wall.

Lane has been transferred to the Ohio State Penitentiary in Youngstown.

He opened fire inside Chardon High School on Feb. 27, 2012, killing three teens and wounding three others.

In March of 2013, Lane was sentenced for the murders of 16-year-old Danny Parmertor, 16-year-old Demetrius Hewlin and 17-year-old Russell King, Jr.

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