Police arrested one woman and another woman was sent to the hospital after the pair left Alternatives' Passages correctional facility through a third floor window Sunday night.
Cinnamon Maray O'Donnell, 24, was arrested after she left the Passages treatment center through a third floor window. She was taken to the Yellowstone County Detention Facility.
O'Donnell was sentenced on Nov. 22 to five years with the Department of Corrections. O'Donnell has felony convictions for theft, criminal endangerment and possession of dangerous drugs.
The women were being housed on the alcohol and drug treatment level, Alternatives CEO David Armstrong said. The women were attempting to escape the building through the third floor window, Armstrong said.
Women being treated on the third floor stay anywhere from 60 to 90 days at the inpatient treatment center before being put back into the community.
Billings Police Sgt. Matt Lennick said police responded to a call a little before 9 p.m. about a woman who had fallen out of a window at Passages at 1001 S. 27th St. The woman was taken to the hospital with a broken leg.
Passages is a women’s community-based correctional facility serving state and federal inmates.
Escape charges have a maximum sentence of 10 years.