All-out manhunt for an escaped prisoner who killed prison official

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All-out manhunt for an escaped prisoner who killed prison official
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All-out manhunt for an escaped prisoner who killed prison official
All-out manhunt for an escaped prisoner who killed prison official
New images, now the escaped inmate in Tennessee suspected of murder and considered extremely dangerous authorities releasing several mugshots of Curtis Ray Watson. The show how is appearance may have changed. Watson may have killed a high-ranking prison. Employee Moore’s Escape State officials with this chilling warning that he could be anywhere right now is Victor Oquendo. This individual has been missing for a day. We don’t know where he is and he could be anywhere Curtis Ray Walton, who 6 years into a 15-year sentence for aggravated kidnapping previous conviction for escape Wednesday. Facebook official say he killed 64 year-old Corrections administrator Deborah Johnson. She was very personal and she was very respected. With the inmate population, when using a drone to try to track down Curtis Watson official, say he escaped riding a tractor, he was using for work, detail driving it to miles. They released photos of his tattoos clothes he was wearing and several mugshots to show him clean-shaven and with a B. If you cite this individual do not approach him. He is extremely dangerous police taking to the skies searching every house and every car coming in and out of this remote community on edge door shut me and my daughter inherit we’re safe and sound in here. Not moving have not been stolen. Everyone, George Stephanopoulos here thanks for checking out the ABC News, YouTube channel. You like to get more videos show, highlights and watch live event coverage click on the right over here to subscribe to our Channel and don’t forget to download the ABC News app for breaking news alerts. Thanks for watching
Curtis Ray Watson escaped from work detail at the West Tennessee State Penitentiary and is a suspect in the homicide of Debra Johnson, 64, an administrator for the Department of Corrections.

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