The arrest of a "very dangerous" criminal who escaped with the help of his warden lover

The US police announced the arrest of a "very dangerous" criminal who escaped on April 29, thanks to the help of his mistress, a guard in prison, who was also arrested.

"Casey White is again in custody," Sheriff Rick Singleton told reporters.

He added that prison guard Vicki White, whom the authorities suspect of helping the prisoner escape and has since disappeared, was also arrested, but she was injured during her arrest.

With great interest, the Americans followed this escape process, especially as it took on a romantic nature because it was based on what is believed to be a love relationship between two people who have nothing in common except their family name, even though they are not related to each other.

The contrasts between the white of the man and the white of the woman are too many to count, as he is a 38-year-old dangerous criminal who is more than two meters tall and is an exemplary 56-year-old employee of short stature.

It seemed clear that the escape had been studied in detail, and the element of surprise was complete, as no one would have thought that they should beware of White, who had never caused any problems within the prison administration of the small city of Florence in the southern state of Alabama, in the south of the United States.

Vicki White became one of the most wanted men in the United States, although the district police chief described her as the "model employee", and the district attorney considered her "the most trusted person in prison", who was overseen by the Lauderdale County Police on transfers. prisoners.

When Vicki showed up at Florence Jail on Friday morning to pick up Casey White on the false pretense that he was going to undergo a psychiatric evaluation in court, a car she had bought was waiting for her in the parking lot of a nearby shopping mall.

However, the footage recorded by the prison's surveillance cameras, did not suggest any cooperation between the tattooed giant and the prison official.

She holds the door for him, but does not look at him until the moment he enters the police car, handcuffed and handcuffed.

Then she carefully closed the door and drove off shortly after 9:30 in the morning.

No one noticed Vicki and Casey until several hours later, around 3:30 in the afternoon.

The pursuit sparked the interest of social media users in the area, who commented on the agency from which Vicki White bought the car.

The beginning of this story, which may be a love story, dates back to the year 2020.

Casey White, who was serving a 75-year sentence in a state prison for crimes including kidnapping, burglary and attempted murder, suddenly claimed responsibility for the murder of a woman five years earlier.

'He's too dangerous,' said his former lover, offering Vicki White the advice: 'If you're still alive, run.

Run, run, run as fast as you can.”

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