Michigan's attorney general is recommending numerous changes in prison security after a convicted quadruple murderer escape earlier this year. Bill Schuette's independent investigation into Michael Ellot's escape, in February, from the Ionia Correctional Facility flagged problems with video surveillance, fence alarms, prisoner counts among other issues. The report released Monday also says the Michigan Corrections Department should consider whether to re-station armed guards in towers and make perimeter patrol a full-time job again. Elliot took a woman hostage. She escaped his clutches in Middlebury. He was caught in LaPorte County.