A. A person is guilty of escape if:
1. Without lawful authority, the person intentionally removes themself from the custody of a court, police officer, detention facility, registered location where work is performed pursuant to work release, or registered location where the person is serving any portion of jail time on electronic home monitoring or detention; or
2. The person fails to return themself to the custody of the court, police officer, or detention facility following temporary leave lawfully granted by a court or Bothell corrections.
B. For the purposes of this section, custody means:
1. Restraint by a police officer pursuant to a lawful arrest for an offense;
2. Restraint pursuant to an order of a court, including but not limited to:
a. The detention of a person pursuant to a court-issued arrest warrant;
b. A verbal or written order to detain a person during a court appearance;
c. The detention of a person pending trial;
d. Detention of a person pursuant to a sentence of a court;
e. Detention of a person pursuant to the revocation of a period of a sentence initially suspended by a court;
f. Detention of a person pursuant to an electronic home monitoring or electronic home detention program, regardless of the location that the person who is in custody is registered, or required to be.
C. A person who violates this section shall be guilty of a gross misdemeanor. (Ord. 1911 § 2, 2003).