VAN BUREN, Arkansas.- Authorities of Arkansas are looking for a prisoner who escaped from jail state for the third time in two years, KFSM-TV reported.
This is Jeromy Call, who escaped from the Crawford County Detention Center through a ventilation shaft at 2:30 a.m. of November 30. At the time, Call was wearing a black hoodie and dark-colored pants, according to the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.
Crawford County Chief Brad Wiley told KFSM-TV that no one saw call escape, however, was caught on surveillance camera leaving jail. The chief also added that Call’s family reported to authorities that they have not heard from him.
The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office said so far They have received several clues but they haven’t found Call. On Friday, police obtained a warrant for her arrest for second-degree escape and are now enlisting the support of US Marshals to expedite her capture.
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KNWA-TV of Arkansas reported that Call is serving a 10-year sentence for robbery and weapons charges. He is a 38-year-old man, he has brown hair and eyes; the authorities indicate that he does not have a history of violence.
Call pleaded guilty to robbery for receipt and possession of a firearm in connection with an incident in August 2020, according to KNWA-TV. For these events, he was sentenced to 10 years in prison on the robbery charge and received a six-year suspended sentence on the firearms charge.
This individual was in the Crawford County Jail awaiting transfer to the Arkansas Department of Corrections after being convicted in September.
He had already run away twice.
In October 2021, Call and another inmate led law enforcement on a three-day search after they they escaped from a penitentiary center in Poteau, Oklahoma. Agents later found Call more than 80 miles north of where he ran off, according to KFSM-TV.
call too escaped from a detention center in February 2021, in LeFlore County, while in jail on multiple counts of felony robbery, according to Rodney Derryberry, the LeFlore County Sheriff.