Four Inmates Escape In Coahoma County

 

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — Four inmates escaped Coahoma County Jail on Friday morning. Coahoma County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the inmates were reported missing at 1:35 AM following a routine check inside the jail. The escaped inmates have criminal charges of murder, rape, assault, and burglary. All neighboring law enforcement agencies have been alerted and are actively searching for the escapees. The escaped inmates are Marquis Stevenson whose last known residence was on Coker Avenue in Jonestown, Mississippi, was recently arrested and charged with statutory rape. He was out of jail on bond for a murder charge when he was arrested. Cordarius Thomas of Lynn Street in Clarksdale who was behind bars for residential burglary and simple assault. Percy Bryant of Mockingbird Lane in Clarksdale in jail for aggravated assault and LeAndrew Booker whose last address was Cherry Street in Clarksdale being held on burglary charges. There is a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of any of the suspects. Call 662-645-9300 if you have any information that can help.

 

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