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Sunday, July 28, 2013

The jail break open line

Posted By on Sun, Jul 28, 2013 at 4:16 PM

FOUR MONTHS AFTER: The Mayflower spill site today.
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  • FOUR MONTHS AFTER: The Mayflower spill site today.

The Sunday line is open. Not much to report:

* GARLAND COUNTY JAIL BREAK: An intriguing initial report from the sheriff's office in Hot Springs:

Derrick Estell w/m 33 years of age escaped from the Garland County Detention Center at approximately 1:40pm this afternoon, in an apparent elaborate plan, with an unknown female picking him up. Details are very limited at this time, however Deputy Hinojosa will update as soon as possible.

Estell and his accomplice(s) should be considered to be armed, dangerous and extremely aggressive. Anyone coming into contact with them should use extreme caution, notify local law enforcement immediately and refrain from trying to detain them.

The sheriff's office reported later that they had found a vehicle used in the escape and also arrested William, Harding, 58, for assisting in the escape.

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