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Mom arrested in Garland County jail escape

Posted By on Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 1:14 PM

IN CUSTODY: Glenda Estell
  • IN CUSTODY: Glenda Estell
DERRICK ESTELL: Still on the loose.
  • DERRICK ESTELL: Still on the loose.
The Garland County sheriff's office announced today that it had arrested Glenda Estell, 54, for assisting in the recent escape of her son, Derrick, who's still on the loose. Other details are being withheld.

Authorities previously had arrested a man who distracted jailers during the escape and a female friend of Estell's who was wheelwoman on the getaway car.

For those who missed it, we have video of a couple of key parts of the escape. At top, Estell crawls through a window. At bottom, he outraces a chasing deputy.

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