Three inmates have escaped from the Daviess/DeKalp County jail in Pattonsburg, Missouri by crawling under a fence. They escaped in to the small town with no shoes but wearing their standard-issue prison orange jumpsuit. Obviously, this has the prison and the town on full alert.
Three inmates, including a convicted murderer, escaped from a northwest Missouri jail by crawling under a fence, leading authorities to lock down the surrounding community’s school and to go door-to-door warning residents.
“Quick! Some one stuff a god damned towel under that fence!”
“I don’t normally lock my doors, but I am now. I’m sure everybody is.” said Karen Shepherd, the city clerk.
The escaped inmates are Timothy Baudour, 34, who was convicted of assault, Nicholas McCleary, 26, in on a property damage charged followed up by one failed jail escape, and Carlos Sarmiento, 57, who was convicted of first-degree murder, armed criminal action, and second-degree bad 80’s hair, as evident by the photo above where Sarmiento is rocking a pretty criminal “sidespike”.
Authorities are worried that if left to his own devices, Sarmiento might progress in to bad 90’s hair like the “under-cut” if he isn’t captured soon…or he might beat someone else to death with a claw hammer. Residents are avised to stay indoors, and keep a look out for a “person of interest” in the investigation and possible Sarmiento accomplice judging by the obvious hair-style connections:
Police continue the hunt while the small town of 260 lock their doors, leaving their kids have to suffer through indoor recess. Floor hockey can only take you so far.