May 6, 2022

Alabama officer escaped inmate had 2-year relationship #VickyWhite #CaseyWhite #Inmate #Fugitive

Alabama officer escaped inmate had 2-year relationship #VickyWhite #CaseyWhite #Inmate #Fugitive
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Alabama officer escaped inmate had 2-year relationship #VickyWhite #CaseyWhite #Inmate #Fugitive  The Alabama jail correction officer who disappeared with a capital murder suspect had phoned the inmate numerous times in prison and had been in a “special relationship” with him for nearly two years before the pair vanished, The Post has learned.   Vicky White and inmate Casey Cole White – who apparently fled together on Friday – have been linked since late 2020 when he was brought to the jail guard’s jurisdiction on murder charges, Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton told The Post in an interview Wednesday.  At the time, Casey had been serving a 75-year sentence at the William E. Donaldson Correctional Facility in Jefferson County for a 2015 crime spree but on August 3, 2020, he was brought to Lauderdale County for questioning after he wrote a letter confessing to a murder, according to Singleton and District Attorney Chris Connolly.   It was at that time Singleton believes Casey and Vicky first met and started up a cozy relationship.  For the next three months, Casey was at the Lauderdale County jail where Vicky worked as investigators questioned him about the death of 58-year-old Connie Ridgeway. He was eventually arraigned on murder charges on Oct. 2, 2020.   By that November, Casey was ordered to return to the Donaldson prison after staff realized he’d obtained a shank and was planning an escape, Connolly said.

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