The Barberton man who spent 50 days in a Hatian prison is now back home a free man.
News Channel 5 reports Jason "Zeke" Petrie is back home after being arrested in Haiti during a pro-military rally on May 18.
The 39-year old Petrie told Channel 5 his living conditions inside the Port-au-Prince prison were deplorable and that there weren't many worse places he could have been.
His incarceration sparked a lot of concern back home, where his family was concerned about not getting treatment for his diabetes.
The Haitian government accused Petrie of driving the pro-army rally and was viewed as someone who was trying to overthrow the government.
While in Haiti, Zeke worked with numerous foreign journalists and visitors as a translator or a driver.
Petrie says he's not sure if he will return to Haiti.
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