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Jail Break: Four Oklahoma Inmates Still At Large

Danielle Tarasiuk |
October 28, 2013 | 7:18 p.m. PDT

Senior Reporter


(Wikipedia Commons)
(Wikipedia Commons)
Four inmates in an Oklahoma jail escaped Sunday morning through a maintenance hatch in a shower. 

The inmates, who were being held at the Caddo County Detention Center in Anadarko, Oklahoma, wiggled loose a trap door in the shower ceiling and climbed into the crawl space. They then inched through to a room outside the jail’s perimeter, broke through a part of the wall, and walked through a door. 

As of Monday the inmates are still at large, according to Caddo County Sheriff Gene Cain. 

They are identified as Dylan Ray Three Irons, 21; Prime Tounwin Brown, 23; Anthony James Mendonca, 24; and Triston Cheadle, 32. 

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