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Video: Four Escape from Oklahoma Jail

October 28, 2013  | 

VIDEO: Four Escape Oklahoma Jail

Four inmates escaped from Caddo County, Okla., jail Sunday, Caddo County Sheriff Gene Cain told the Oklahoman.

The are: Dylan Ray Three Irons, 21; Prime Tounwin Brown, 23; Anthony James Mendonca, 24; and Triston Cheadle, 33.

Three of the inmates have been sentenced and were waiting to be taken into custody by the state Corrections Department. The fourth also had been sentenced but was awaiting trial on another charge.

It appears the men opened a trap door above the jail showers and crawled to the pipe chase door which leads to outside the jail, Cain said.


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RICHARD ISAACS RETIRED PO @ 10/28/2013 7:29 PM

SOMEONE GAVE THEM THE LAYOUT OF THE JAIL. THE PLOT THICKENES. MAYBE THE CITIZENS OF OAKLAHOMA AND OTHER CITIES WITH INSIDE JAIL HELP WOULD BE SAFER ON THE INSIDE OF THE JAIL. THE CARTELS HAVE ENOUGH MONEY TO BUY EVERY PRISONER A TICKET OUT OF JAIL. WE LOST, ADMIT IT US JUSTICE SYSTEM. THE BAD GUYS ALL HAVE GET OUT NOW CARDS. IF NOT JUST KILL A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OR RIVAL GANG MEMBER.

bob retired leo @ 10/28/2013 10:47 PM

In Florida a few inmates walked right out of the jail with falsified documents that had forged signatures of judges. Now they have changed the release system and they have to call the judge to verify release. Authorities are now wondering and investigating how many others were released this way with possibility an inside connection.

Ima Leprechaun @ 10/29/2013 8:31 AM

Two of the four escapees have already been recaptured. Like the morons in Florida they had no idea what to do once they got out. Like"W" they had no exit strategy.

Johnny Law @ 10/29/2013 9:18 AM

HA HA or like Obama they had no clue as to what they were doing! I heard that they had become frustrated because they couldn't sign up for Obamacare! HA HA!!!!!!!!

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