- Associated Press - Monday, May 22, 2017

LOXLEY, Ala. (AP) - Four Alabama inmates have been recaptured after five escaped from a county jail and one escaped from a work release center over the weekend.

News outlets report 38-year-old Joey Lee Wilhite was recaptured in Robertsdale around 8 a.m. Sunday after correctional officers at Loxley Community Based Facility realized he was missing shortly after midnight. Williams was convicted of manufacturing a controlled substance and sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2015.

Three inmates who escaped from Barbour County Jail on Saturday are back in custody. Barbour County Sheriff Leroy Upshaw says Clarence Antonio White turned himself in and the Pike County Sheriff’s Office caught Jabori Henderson and Stephon Rashad Galloway.

The sheriff’s office says escapees Tywon Jackson and Jasper Kenta Turner are considered armed and dangerous and shouldn’t be approached.


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