One in all 4 prisoners who escaped over the weekend from a Mississippi jail was noticed Wednesday morning at a Houston-area fuel station, authorities mentioned.
A picture from surveillance footage shared by Hinds County Sheriff Tyree Jones in Mississippi exhibits 51-year-old Jerry Raynes in a service station in Spring Valley, Texas, about 10 miles west of Houston.
Jones mentioned a stolen Hinds County upkeep truck was additionally recovered. It was not clear whether or not Raynes traveled to Texas alone.
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The sighting got here hours after one of many different escaped inmates, 22-year-old Dylan Arrington, is believed to have been killed after barricading himself in a house and setting it on fireplace throughout an armed standoff with deputies.
Investigators imagine Arrington perished inside the house, setting it ablaze after taking pictures a deputy within the leg. He’s suspected of killing Pastor Anthony Watts, 61, of Simpson County and stealing his pink pickup truck.
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Raynes and Arrington have been amongst two different males who broke out over the weekend from the Raymond Detention Heart in Raymond, Mississippi. The 2 different males have been Casey Grayson and Corey Harrison. The 4 males had been incarcerated for a variety of felony fees, most involving theft.
Raynes has a earlier historical past of escape and a number of people – some who have been not too long ago introduced in to the Raymond Detention Heart – have ties to the realm.
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A search stays underway for Raynes, Casey, and Grayson. Alokito Mymensingh 24 Digital has reached out to the U.S. Marshal’s Service and the Hinds County Sheriff Workplace for updates within the case.
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