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Ford Edge linked to Lauderdale County escape returned to Florence

FLORENCE, Ala (WHNT) – A vehicle linked to the disappearance of a Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office employee and an inmate was returned to Florence on Monday afternoon.

The rust-colored 2007 Ford Edge was dropped off at the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office just after 12:30 p.m. The Edge was found in Williamson County, Tennessee, on Friday afternoon. Casey White and Vicky White apparently tried to paint the car green, according to Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton.

Vicky White, the former assistant director of corrections, and Casey White (no relation), an inmate who confessed to the 2015 murder of Connie Ridgeway, were last seen April 29. The Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office said Vicky had a corrections deputy prep Casey for a mental evaluation at the Lauderdale County Courthouse. The couple left the jail at 9.41am and she told the booking agent she was going to drop Casey off at the courthouse before going to a health clinic because she was not feeling well.

The pair then changed cars – to the Edge – at a nearby Sunoco before heading off in an unknown direction.

Singleton held a press conference on the case on Friday afternoon. Singleton explained that the SUV was found before the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office knew it was missing.

The US Marshals Service offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to Casey White’s arrest and a $5,000 reward for Vicky White.

In addition to the reward offered by the U.S. Marshal, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey on Friday announced a $10,000 reward for the capture and arrest of Casey White and Vicky White.

If you see them, you can call the USMS at 1-800-336-0102.

The Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Marshals and Alabama Law Enforcement are participating in the search and have all provided detailed information about the escape, which Singleton said involved a preparation, such as parking the Ford Edge near the hotel where she was staying during the week. before the leak. Here’s what we know.


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