The man who authorities believe is responsible for stabbing a sheriff's deputy with a shank fashioned from a plastic comb during an escape from a Detroit courthouse will be arraigned on charges related to that event on Wednesday.

Abraham Pearson, also known as Derreck White, was taken into custody Monday night following a daylong manhunt.

Sheriff Benny Napoleon said the 25-year-old Pearson attacked 63-year-old Deputy Harrison Tolliver, stole the deputy's clothes and then carjacked a minivan from a woman near the courthouse during his getaway.

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He had been at the court to be sentenced for carjacking and armed robbery.

Pearson now faces 11 additional charges related to his violent escape. Napoleon says he is "looking at a considerable amount of time" behind bars if he's convicted on the new charges.

The new charges are:

  • Assault with intent to murder
  • Carjacking
  • Assault/resisting/obstructing causing serious impairment to a police officer
  • Assault of a prison employee
  • Unlawful imprisonment
  • Escape – from jail through violence
  • Impersonating peace officer to commit crime
  • Weapons – dangerous weapon – carrying with unlawful intent
  • Possession of weapon in jail
  • Obstruction of justice
  • Armed robbery

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