Wed. Dec 7th, 2022
Photo courtesy of Orange County District Attorney’s office

The OCDA reported this afternoon that Ike Nicholas Souzer, Aka: Jacob Souzer, an 18-year-old extremely violent and dangerous subject who absconded release conditions from Santa Ana, has been arrested today. He was arrested in Anaheim.



Souzer was recently released from the Theo Lacy Jail and was supposed to have been under electronic monitoring at a Santa Ana halfway house from the Theo Lacy Facility in Orange. He cut his ankle bracelet and escaped two days ago from the halfway house.

In addition to other charges, Souzer was convicted in December of attacking three correctional officers and was ordered to wear an electronic monitor for the remainder of his sentence which was set to expire on July 9, 2023.

Souzer stabbed his mother, who later died at a hospital, in Garden Grove when he was 13 years old.

By Editor

The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

4 thoughts on “Dangerous teen killer captured in Anaheim after escaping from a Santa Ana halfway home”
  1. Keep these kinds of people in jail and quit slap of the wrist they will think twice if they had to spend there best years in jail

  2. Now they will make him wear 2 ankle bracelets when they release him. If he is “Dangerous” why was he let out?

    1. He escaped. He cut his ankle bracelet. But it is a good question why he was trusted to stay at a halfway home given his record as he had a previous escape on file.

  3. Get used to it they are going to let out another 76,000 felons out of prison, which leaves us with only 20,000 left in the whole state. They don’t want to spend any money on prisons to keep us safe, only their own pocketbooks. Vote these people out!

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