Arizona Inmates' Escape Raises Many Questions
August 03, 2010
When the man who plunged a knife 51 times into their loved one received a sentence of life in prison in May 1993, Bryan Knoblich and his mother hoped they would never hear Tracy Province's name again.
In 1991, Province and David Rodacker were on leave from jail when they attacked Norman Knoblich, 57, as he closed his coin-operated laundry business in Tucson. The pair left Norman dead and took only his wallet.
Nineteen years later, Bryan Knoblich and his mother are again on the lookout for his father's killer.
Province, 42, John McCluskey, 45, and Daniel Renwick, 36, escaped from a privately run medium-security state prison in Kingman on Friday night.
"My first thought was, 'Are you kidding?' " Bryan said, recalling when he heard Province's name on the weekend news. "He's a twisted guy. Why weren't they in a maximum-security facility?"
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ROB ROY @ 12/1/2010 12:11 AM
The reason they were not in a Super Sax is because the Arizona Dept. of Correction's is ran by people that are the prime example of "The Peter Princible"
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