Law enforcement in Jasper, Alabama are still undergoing a major search effort that will continue for six of the 12 escaped inmates from the Walker County Jail.
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Authorities have confirmed that a total of twelve inmates escaped Sunday evening from the Walker County Jail although police have been able to recapture six inmates, they haven't yet given details as to how the criminals were able to get out of the facility.
The Walker County Sheriff’s Office has said that there is still a massive manhunt underway for the following inmates:
<strong>Steven Blake Lamb, age 28 of Quinton (in jail for Attempted Murder, Robbery 1st, Theft 1st, Reckless Endangerment, Probation Revocation)</strong>
<strong>Christopher Micheal Smith, age 19, of Jasper (in jail for Attempted Murder, Burglary 1st, Unlawful Breaking and Entering, Theft 2nd)</strong>
<strong>Michael Adam McGuff, age 30 of Jasper (in jail for Escape 3rd and Obstructing Government Operations)</strong>
<strong>Brady Andrew Kilpatrick, age 24 of Cordova (in jail for Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Marijuana 2nd)</strong>
<strong>Larry Inman, Jr., age 29 of Parrish (in jail for 2 counts of Receiving Stolen Property, Attempting to Elude, Failure to Appear)</strong>
<strong>Ethan Howard Pearl, age 24 of Jasper (in jail for Resisting Arrest, Obstructing Government Operations, Poss Drug Paraphernalia, Promoting Prison Contraband, FTA on Theft 4th)</strong>
The Walker County Sheriff’s Office posted to their <a href="Bunm5L9rapUxVG43lqqhUCWqIDUZ2UsH70J6hyZTLaPTYQykb9c">Facebook Page</a> that a reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the escapees.
<strong><span style="color:red;">Local residents are being told to lock their doors and do not approach the men if they see them. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 205-302-6464.</span></strong>