Four inmates from an Oklahoma jail are now on the loose after their daring escape early Monday morning. Among those who pulled the escape act was a suspect charged with first-degree murder.
The inmates escaped Lincoln County Jail between 1 and 4 a.m., through an air vent, according to Fox 25. It proves to be one of their latest attempt to break out of the lockup.
The escaped inmates were identified as Jeremy Irvin, 32; Brian Moody, 23; Sonny Baker, 41; and Trey Goodnight, 27. Moody, Baker and Goodnight are facing property crime charges. Irvin was charged with first-degree murder.
Lincoln County Sheriff Charlie Dougherty said the inmates stayed in two different pods at the jail. They were able to access an area between the ceiling and the wall and jump over to the air vent.
Moody and Baker have previously tried to escape along with another inmate in March- through the ventilation system. They were later captured and apprehended before the end of the month. As such Dougherty says he has met already with Lincoln County Commissioners about getting a contractor to seal the route off.
Moody and Baker escaped on March 16 but were caught six days later.
Emily Collins reported on Twitter about one of the two trucks police are looking for in connection to Lincoln County escaped inmates.
Moody is from southwest portion of Lincoln County. Police describe him as a 5.2” tall and weighing around 102 pounds. He has blonde hair and hazel eyes. Baker is described as 5.8” and 145 pounds. He also hails from southwest Lincoln County. Baker has blonde hair and blue eyes. Goodnight is from the Shawnee-area. He is 5.6” and weighs 145 pounds He has blonde hair and hazel eyes.
Dougherty believes that three of the four men are dangerous people with nothing to lose. Anyone with information is asked to call 911 immediately.