On-the-run prison lovers Vicky and Casey White abandoned their orange SUV in Tennessee, hours after breaking out of jail, before the country realized they were missing, sheriffs admitted on Friday. The orange 2007 Ford Edge SUV was found near the corner of Smithson Road and Banner Adams Road in College Grove Williamson County, Tennessee, about two hours north of Florence, Alabama. They drove 100 miles north to Tennessee (near Nashville) and then dumped the car which Vicky had purchased under an assumed name. 'This was a well thought-out, calculated plan.... we're sort of at a loss.' It's unclear where they went next. BOLO On the Run Prison Guard Vicky "Tilly" White with Mad Dog Killer Casey White, he is captured she kills herself. Vicky and Casey White, a man who was incarcerated on charges of capital murder, have been on the run since they left the jail in downtown Florence Alabama on Friday morning at 9:41 a.m. Prison Guard Vicky "Tilly" White is now the subject of an active arrest warrant for allegedly permitting or facilitating escape in the first degree, Sheriff Singleton said Monday. Authorities believe the officer and inmate had a romantic relationship that extended into Vicky White's non-work hours, Sheriff Singleton said. The US Marshals provided photos of Casey White's tattoos — some of which show his association with the Alabama-based white supremacist prison gang Southern Brotherhood. The Southern Brotherhood is a large, Alabama-based white supremacist prison gang. Gang members use a variety of different symbols and tattoos but the most common is their "patch" or shield tattoo.
Authorities said Casey White and Vicky White may be traveling in a 2007 orange or copper colored Ford Edge SUV. The license plate on the vehicle is unknown, but the U.S. Marshals Service added it may have no license plate. The U.S. Marshals Service said the pair should be considered dangerous and may be armed with an AR-15 rifle, handguns and a shotgun courtesy of Vicky White. Prison guard Vicky "Tilly" White had made major financial moves in the weeks leading up to the escape. She had announced plans to retire as the assistant director of corrections and sold her home for a price well below market value. The home was sold on April 18 for $95,550, documents show, while online records with Lauderdale County list the home's total parcel value at $204,700. PRISON GUARD "TILLY": The former prison employee who helped two convicted murderers escape an upstate New York prison in 2015, sparking a weeks-long manhunt, was released from her own prison stay on Thursday. Joyce "Tilly" Mitchell was conditionally released from Bedford Hills Correctional Facility into community supervision, according to the New York State Department of Correction and Community Supervision. She will be supervised in Franklin County, and the supervision will last until June 8, 2022, the department said.
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