Glen Stark Chambers Aliases: Brian Scott, Reno... Photo on left above TOP...Glen Chambers, in 1986, just four years before his prison escape. Police believe Chambers may still resemble this 1986 photo, but now wearing glasses.
Glen Chambers escaped from the Polk Correctional Institution in 1990 by concealing himself in a truck that was leaving the facility. Chambers used tools to get out of the truck and escaped before the driver was aware he was there. Authorities say Chambers has been spotted in Orange Beach and Perdido Key, Ala. Chambers may be in the Minnesota area. Chambers was found guilty of first-degree murder on May 29, 1975 for the beating death of his girlfriend Connie Weeks.
On Jan. 22, 1975, Chambers went to the Sarasota Lanes Bowling Alley. Weeks arrived shortly after Chambers. When she arrived, Chambers pulled her from the car and began assaulting her. An off-duty officer intervened and Chambers began fighting the officer. Chambers was arrested for simple battery. Weeks bonded Chambers out of jail that night and was beaten unconscious by Chambers within hours of his release. Weeks died five days later. Chambers was arrested and convicted of first-degree murder. Authorities are offering a cash reward for information leading directly to the arrest of Glen Chambers. If you have information, call 1-877-FLA WANTED or e-mail FLAWanted@fdle.state.fl.us .
Brutal Beating Leaves Young Mother Dead in Sarasota Fl. Police aren't sure about what happened after Glen Chambers was freed from jail, but what they do know is that Chambers so viciously beat Connie Weeks that she was unrecognizable within just 90 minutes of his release.
Police believe Glen Chambers took his anger out on Connie Weeks in her apartment. Walls were damaged, the TV was smashed in and there was debris everywhere. Knowing Connie was in bad shape, Chambers carried her limp body into the Sarasota ER that night. Suspicious nurses called the police after Chambers said she had slipped in the tub.
Chambers was arrested again that same day in Sarasota Fl. Connie Weeks struggled for her life, but she had suffered severe brain damage. John Byrne Jr. visited her often during her days in the hospital, as did her mother and siblings. "They were difficult days," said sister Pam Cooper. Days later, Connie Weeks died as a result of Glen Chambers' beating, more from AMW.
Glen Chambers profile;
Current Age: 59
Weight: 200 - 220 lbs.
Hair (Color, Description, Facial Hair): Brown.
Chambers may have thinning brown hair.
Eyes: Blue ..Glasses.
Scars and Tattoos: Chambers has two 3-inch scars on his right forearm.
Glen Chambers has a tattoo on his left upper arm that reads, "LIVE FREE OR DIE."
That tattoo was covered up with a new tattoo that appears to be a butterfly and something else.
Glen Chambers enjoys short stories and poems.
Some times Chambers spells the word "enough" like this: "enuf."
Chambers has a violent temper.
Speaks fluent spanish.
Trained in martial arts.
Trained as electrician, construction, and in water and wastewater treatment.
Chambes plays the guitar, enjoys fishing and basketball.
Has a history of heavy drinking and drugs.
Has family in Minnesota and Sarasota Florida.
NOVEMBER 2nd 2009……U.S. Marshals Service, Glen Chambers, see his 1977 prison mug shot above, was convicted of murder in the 1975 beating of a Sarasota, Fla. woman who broke off a relationship with him. He has fled prison twice and remains on the run from a 1990 escape. FOLEY, Ala. — Federal authorities are on the lookout for a convicted murderer whom witnesses claim to have spotted recently in coastal Alabama, other locations include GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
New Photos Of Florida Fugitive Yield New Clues ......Florida detectives are inspired by new clues on a very old case. Since 1990, cops have been hunting down Glen Chambers, a convicted murderer who escaped from prison. Now their investigation has new life after the recovery of photos including a new mysterious tattoo and documents indicating that Chambers was an intellectual with a membership to Mensa, the high IQ association. Agents need your help locating this fugitive now, more from AMW....
INMATE GLEN CHAMBERS, DC# 047764, ESCAPED FROM POLK CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AT APPROXIMATELY 10:20 AM ON 02-21-90. POLK C.I. IS LOCATED IN POLK CITY, FLORIDA IN POLK COUNTY. IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION CONCERNING THE WHEREABOUTS OF THIS ESCAPEE, PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY, 911 DO NOT APPROACH HIM, OR CALL THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AT (850) 488-5021 OR (850) 488-5022.
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