A North Texas man with a long capture record made tracks in an opposite direction from Lewisville police amid a visit to a healing center crisis room. Thomas Isaac Cano, 27, of the north Dallas suburb of Little Elm, was in the Lewisville city prison Sunday when he griped of heroin withdrawal side effects, said Capt. Dan Rochelle of the Lewisville Police Department. An officer took Cano to a nearby crisis room keeping in mind the detainee was holding up to be seen, the officer ventured away to help with an unsettling influence including another patient, Rochelle said. Exploiting the diversion, Cano left the doctor's facility cuffed in front and without shoes, the chief said. Cano was most recently seen wearing a dark T-shirt, pants and healing facility socks. His latest capture was on Saturday evening, when Lewisville police were called to a Walmart parking area where representatives discovered him drooped over the directing wheel of his auto, Rochelle said. Since Cano appeared to be sick, the officer called for paramedics, yet Cano put his auto in drive and took off, hitting a few beds of finishing materials in the parking garage, Rochelle said. After a short pursue, Cano's auto halted however he declined to get out. In the long run, the officer broke an auto window, utilized an immobilizer and took Cano into authority, Rochelle said.