There is still no trace of Casey W* (38) and Vicki W* (56). The inmate and deputy chief of the prison left the Lauderdale County facility in the US state of Alabama Friday morning.
The background is still blurred. But the suspicion was confirmed that Vicki and. She helped the convicted criminal to escape.
Because: the two were more than just prisoners and prison heads, as the inmates assert. “They’ve already had a relationship outside of their normal working hours — not physical contact, but a different kind of relationship,” Lauderdale County Mayor Rick Singleton told CNN. Accordingly, Casey W. received special privileges and was generally treated differently in the institution. Sharif did not reveal any details.
Only a psychiatric examination has been scheduled
According to the authorities, there are several indications of complicity on the part of the supervisor. Friday was her last day on the job – and she was due to retire. She had also sold her house about a month ago.
Was to take Vicki and. The inmate is brought to district court for a psychiatric evaluation on Friday. But they never made it to the courtroom. Soon after that it became clear: there was never an appointment for the prisoner. Vicki W also violated a rule that dangerous criminals must be accompanied by at least two officers.
Meanwhile, an arrest warrant was issued for the deputy head of the prison. The 56-year-old is accused of “allowing or facilitating” the escape. Whether she did so willingly or was somehow coerced or threatened to participate in this outbreak remains really uncertain.
Casey W is very dangerous
Vicki W convinced her colleagues Friday morning that she was the only female officer with a firearms license available to bring the prisoner, who was more than six feet tall and weighed 250 pounds, to court, Sheriff Singleton said. The 38-year-old was then put into a patrol car with handcuffs and ankle shackles. The empty car was later found in a parking lot.
The US Marshals Service, which is responsible for tracking down fugitives, offered a $10,000 reward for information on the whereabouts of Case W and Vicki W on Sunday.
Case W had confessed to killing the 58-year-old in 2015 in 2020. At the time of the confession, he was already serving a 75-year prison sentence for other crimes. The authorities described him as very dangerous. “He has nothing to lose,” said Sheriff Singleton.
This case reminds us of Angela Magdeshi and Hassan Kiko. He helped the convicted warden escape in 2016. The Syrian was serving a sentence in Limitall Prison in Dieticon ZH as a convicted rapist. But the two met and fell in love behind bars. (Juma/AFP)
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