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Vicky White, a 56-year-old Alabama jailer who helped 38-year-old prisoner Casey White escape on April 29, died today after a massive manhunt ended in his arrest. Correctional officers reportedly shot themselves May 9 after law enforcement identified him FugitiveAnd gave a way Chase vehicles Which ended in a spectacular accident in South Indiana. Here’s what you need to know about the woman who gave Casey White her life by helping her escape from prison.
Not related to Vicky Casey Vicky White (Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office / UPI / Shutterstock)
Despite having the same surname, Vicky is not related to Casey. The two met because Vicky was a respected Alabama prison official when Casey was wounded in Lauderdale County after confessing to a murder while in prison in Jefferson County – Casey is already serving a 75-year sentence for several counts of violence. Crime Back in 2015 and since then To charge A 58-year-old woman was stabbed to death. Vicky’s job is mainly to transport prisoners.
Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton said in a May 5 statement, “He was here for an indictment and preliminary hearing in 2020, and when he’s finished, he goes to state prison again.” “We know they were in contact while he was in state prison.”
He was assistant director of revision
Vicky, whose full name is Vicky Sue Davis White, was not merely a correctional officer or “prison guard” – the blonde officer held some authority in her position as assistant director of correction at the Lauderdale County Detention Center.