Alabama inmate sentenced to life in jail for homicide escapes

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A person convicted and sentenced for homicide in Alabama is on the run after escaping from jail.

Mitchell Lindsey, 29, escaped from the Kilby Correctional Facility in Mt. Meigs, Alabama at roughly 8:30 on Saturday morning, according to WBRC-TV.

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Lindsey, who was reportedly carrying a brown jail uniform on the time of his escape, is 6’2″ and weighs 165 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.

(Alabama Division of Corrections)

Authorities say that Lindsey was serving a life sentence after being discovered responsible in 2015 of murdering 68-year-old Bessie Louise Stovall.

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Authorities are asking anybody with data on Lindsey’s whereabouts to name the Alabama Dept. of Corrections at 1-800- 831-8825.

Lindsey escaped from jail the day after inmate Casey Cole White went lacking after leaving a detention middle in Lauderdale County, Alabama together with Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Workplace Assistant Director of Corrections Vicki White.

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Each inmate and officer White are nonetheless at the moment lacking.

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