Published: Wed, December 28, 2016
Medical | By Ismael Lynch

Christmas Day jailbreak leaves 4 Tennessee inmates at-large

Christmas Day jailbreak leaves 4 Tennessee inmates at-large

The inmates that escaped the jail were facing various charges including "arson, violation of probation, possession of a Schedule II substance and aggravated robbery", according to Huffington Post.

All but one inmate involved in a Christmas Day jailbreak in Tennessee has now been recaptured, according to local police.

Speir was apprehended at a home in Cocke County. A second person who was not an escapee was arrested after learning there were two outstanding criminal warrants for his arrested.

ABC News, Frazier is considered risky.

Four prisoners are at-large after allegedly using a leaky toilet to make an escape from a jail by removing the toilet from the wall, officials said. He was the passenger in the back of a vehicle.

The driver's name was not immediately released.

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Authorities say one inmate from the Cocke County Jail Annex in Newport, still on the run after a Christmas morning escape.

Steven Lewis was captured after a foot chase in Carson Springs, WATE reports. Two other people were charged for harboring Speir.

Fontes said after the inmates got through the hole, they had to kick down a tin door and then climb a barbed wire fence to get out of the jail.

Previous repairs to the plumbing caused the concrete encasing the wall unit toilet to become weakened.

The repairs to the building such as, concrete, sewage and plumbing will not be cheap.

"It's the product of them having nothing to do 24 hours a day for seven days a week except think of how to tear things up and weaknesses within that urinal system that they worked on", said Cocke County Sheriff Armando Fontes.

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