USA – 12 Inmates Hop The Fence & Break Out Of Jail In Washington!

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Police late Monday night were still looking for six of 12 inmates who escaped from the Yakima County jail earlier that evening. About 7 p.m., a dozen inmates in the jail’s annex were able to use a table to break open an exterior fire door and climb a fence to the outside, according to a Department of Corrections news release. Corrections officers called police, who swiftly apprehended six inmates, the release said. The six inmates who remain at large are: Fernando Gustavo Castenda-Sandoval, Hugo Alejandro Amezcue-Hernandez, Miguel Angel Chavez-Amezcua, Andrew Derrick Wofley, Tyrone Adam Mulvaney, and Neftali Serrano. Castenda-Sandoval was being held on a U.S. Marshal’s hold; Amezcue-Hernandez was suspected of driving with a suspended license, reckless driving, resisting arrest, possession of a stolen vehicle; Chavez-Amezcua was being held on drug charges and unlawful possession of a firearm; Wolfly on third-degree assault, attempting to elude, motor vehicle theft, possession of stolen property; Mulvaney, obstructing a police officer; Serrano, second-degree assault, unlawful imprisonment, violation of a protection order and possession of a controlled substance. Yakima County Sheriff’s Office has taken the lead on the investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call deputies at 574-2500 or 911. Deputies and police from Yakima and Union Gap as well as Washington State Patrol troopers and the U.S. Marshals Service assisted with the call, the release said.

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