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Inmates Use Peanut Butter to Escape Alabama Jail - KTLA

Inmates Use Peanut Butter to Escape Alabama Jail - KTLA

Last of 12 escaped Alabama inmates has been captured - ABC News  ABC News  Last of 12 escaped Alabama inmates has been capturedABC NewsTwelve inmates escaped from the jail Sunday night according to the Walker County Sheriff's Office. 0 Shares. Email. The final escapee of the dozen Alabama inmates who fled the Walker County Jail this weekend has been captured. Brady Andrew Kilpatrick...Alabama inmates used peanut butter to fool door guard during a jailbreakHow 12 inmates used peanut butter to…

Last of 12 escaped Alabama inmates has been captured - ABC News ABC News Last of 12 escaped Alabama inmates has been capturedABC NewsTwelve inmates escaped from the jail Sunday night according to the Walker County Sheriff's Office. 0 Shares. Email. The final escapee of the dozen Alabama inmates who fled the Walker County Jail this weekend has been captured. Brady Andrew Kilpatrick...Alabama inmates used peanut butter to fool door guard during a jailbreakHow 12 inmates used peanut butter to…

All 12 Alabama inmates captured after using peanut butter to escape: officials - New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV

All 12 Alabama inmates captured after using peanut butter to escape: officials - New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV

vermont inmates | Knox County Sheriff - Inmate Population

vermont inmates | Knox County Sheriff - Inmate Population

San Bernardino County Inmate Locater

San Bernardino County Inmate Locater

"A California woman accused of accepting $1,700 to work on a jail inmate's child-custody case while pretending to be a lawyer is now facing criminal charges.    When sheriff's deputies at the Orange County jail followed the standard procedure of asking for an attorney identification card, prosecutors said, defendant Ellen Anise Rowland, 56, told them it was in her car but provided the name and identification number of a real attorney, Ellen Williams."

"A California woman accused of accepting $1,700 to work on a jail inmate's child-custody case while pretending to be a lawyer is now facing criminal charges. When sheriff's deputies at the Orange County jail followed the standard procedure of asking for an attorney identification card, prosecutors said, defendant Ellen Anise Rowland, 56, told them it was in her car but provided the name and identification number of a real attorney, Ellen Williams."