Vicky White news – latest: Fugitive showed ‘no remorse’ over partner’s death in Evansville, police say


Related video: Surveillance footage of Alabama prison officer in hotel before disappearing with inmate

The nationwide manhunt for a double murder suspect and the correctional officer who helped him escape ended in a car chase, crash and death on Monday. Alabama police received a tip on Sunday – one of hundreds – that ultimately proved successful and led to a confrontation with escaped inmate Casey White and Vicky White, the corrections officer.

At a press conference on Tuesday, police revealed they found a treasure trove of weapons inside the couple’s car, along with $29,000 in cash. Officials say the couple planned to have a shootout with police, but were arrested before they could go through with their plan.

A “short” police chase ensued, according to Lauderdale County, Alabama, by Sheriff Rick Singleton, which ended when a U.S. Marshal rammed the couple’s Cadiallac. After the accident, Mr White was apprehended, while Mrs White died from a gunshot that was allegedly self-inflicted.

Mr Singleton said no officer fired during the car chase and Mr White showed ‘no remorse’ for Ms White’s death.

Mr White was returned to prison on Tuesday after spending 10 days on the run. Investigators are still piecing together exactly what happened, how the duo coordinated the escape, and exactly what their relationship was before – and during – their escape.


Police say the fugitive’s plan was ‘flawed’

Law enforcement officials said double murder suspect Casey White and corrections officer Vicky White to evade police and potentially get into a shootout with them were ill thought out.

Asked about the suspects’ plan after fleeing the correctional facility, Vanderburgh County Sheriff Dave Wedding told reporters the “criminals” had a “flawed” plan.

Graig GraziosiMay 11, 2022 02:30


A treasure trove of guns and nearly $30,000 in cash were found in the fugitives’ car

Police found a treasure trove of firearms — including an AR-15 — along with $30,000 in cash inside the vehicle that double murder suspect Casey White and corrections officer Vicky White were using to attempt to evade capture.

U.S. Marshals ran the car off the road and overturned it on Monday while pursuing the couple.

Mr White said he had hoped to use the guns to shoot with the police.

Graig GraziosiMay 11, 2022 01:30


ICYMI: The fugitives hoped to have a shootout with the police

Police say double murder suspect Casey White told them he was planning to have a shootout with them, but his plans were thwarted when they overturned his car.

After finding the fugitives, US Marshals rammed Mr White’s car and overturned it. Mr White was apprehended and Correctional Officer Vicky White, who helped him escape, was found unconscious after shooting himself in the head.

Graig GraziosiMay 11, 2022 12:30 a.m.


Sheriff said Vicky White was an ‘exemplary’ employee

Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singelton called Corrections Officer Vicky White an “exemplary” employee during a press conference earlier Monday.

“I had complete faith in Vicky White. She was an exemplary employee. What provoked her, prompted her to do a stunt like this? I don’t know. I don’t know if we will ever know,” he said.

Ms White died on Monday from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. She is believed to have taken her own life after officers rammed her and Mr Casey’s car, flipping it over.

Graig GraziosiMay 10, 2022 11:30 p.m.


ICYMI: Casey White’s first words after his arrest

Law enforcement officials have released double murder suspect Casey White’s first words after his arrest.

Immediately after police apprehended him on Monday, Mr White told officers to help his ‘wife’, Alabama Correctional Officer Vicky White, who had shot herself in the head at the couple’s car interior.

Learn more in Rachel Sharp’s report below:

Graig GraziosiMay 10, 2022 10:00 p.m.


How Alabama inmate Casey White and guard Vicky White stayed on the run for 10 days amid a nationwide manhunt

Double murder suspect Casey White managed to evade police for 10 days with the help of Correctional Officer Vicky White, who broke him out of jail.

Although their escape ended on Monday with an overturned car and Ms White dying of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, they were able to stay off police radar for more than a week.

How did the couple manage to stay on the run for so long?

Rachel Sharp has the details in her story below:

Graig GraziosiMay 10, 2022 9:20 p.m.


Alabama Sheriff Says Casey White Will Be ‘Chained’ In Cell ’24/7′

Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton told Dan Abrams he wanted to keep double murder suspect Casey White “chained up” alone in his cell “24/7”.

Mr White escaped from prison with the help of Correctional Officer Vicky White, who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after police caught up with the fugitives in Indiana and chased them out of the road.

“I might hear from a civil rights lawyer about this,” Mr. Singleton said. “But I don’t care.”

Graig GraziosiMay 10, 2022 9:00 p.m.


Sheriff says Vicky White’s death by suicide ‘doesn’t surprise him’

Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singelton told Dan Abrams that Vicky White’s decision to kill herself rather than be taken into custody “doesn’t surprise him”.

He claimed the weight her friends and family faced would likely have weighed more on her than the charges she would have faced following her escape attempt with double murder suspect Casey White.

“Knowing Vicky and what she would face coming back – and more than facing the charges, facing her family and her colleagues – I was just worried that it would really weigh on her and if it boiled down to a situation like that of today. , that would be the result,” Mr. Singleton said.

Graig GraziosiMay 10, 2022 8:45 p.m.


Hotel owner claims ‘local guys’ recorded Casey White and Vicky White

The owner of a hotel where Casey White and Alabama corrections officer Vicky White were spotted told police they did not check themselves in, but “local guys” checked them in. had registered in the building.

According to the owner, the police told him not to reveal the names of the people who registered the runaway couple at the hotel.

Graig GraziosiMay 10, 2022 8:25 p.m.


Police defend investigation after car wash owner says officers didn’t take tipping seriously

Authorities have sought to defend their search for the runaway lovers after the owner of an Indiana car wash said police did not take him seriously when he first reported the abandoned vehicle of the couple last week.

James Stinson said NewsNationNow that he noticed the 2006 Ford F-15 abandoned at the Weinbach Car Wash last week.

Mr Stinson said he noticed the van had Tennessee license plates and alerted authorities.

But when an officer arrived on the scene, he said there was nothing he could do because the vehicle had not been reported stolen, he said.

The business owner had the vehicle towed himself last Wednesday.

It was Sunday when he was finally contacted by the US Marshals Service about the truck and Mr Stinson checked his surveillance footage, finding White on video at his business last Tuesday.

On Monday, authorities released the footage and confirmed the truck belonged to the fugitives.

At Tuesday’s press conference, officials defended their actions, saying an officer returned the plate on May 2 during routine parking lot patrols, but because it had not been reported as stolen. , he had not acted.

When the car wash owner also reported the vehicle two days later, the officer told him he would have to wait 48 hours before it could be towed or he could remove it himself.

At that time, officials said there was no indication he was related to the fugitives on the run from Alabama.

Rachel SharpMay 10, 2022 8:10 p.m.

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