2007_08_uncuffed.jpgLast Thursday, a murder suspect jumped out of a third floor interrogation room at a Queens precinct when detectives, who had uncuffed him, left the room. On Friday, another suspect in an interrogation room got out of his cuffs and jumped out a Crown Heights precinct window. Now, early this morning, a burglary suspect taken to Long Island Hospital has escaped.

WNBC reports that the police had removed the 46-year-old's handcuffs at the Brooklyn hospital and that he escaped around 1:40AM. He had been arrested for "criminal possession of a controlled substance, resisting arrest and having an open container" on Sunday.

All suspects are still at large and the police reviewing their booking procedures. We imagine that the NYPD will be making sure bars are on all interrogation room windows as well.