911 call reveals Alabama corrections officer’s last words to Casey White – the last

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Dramatic police footage has captured the moment capital murder suspect Casey Cole White was apprehended in Indiana and the body of his prison guard lover Vicky White was removed from their wrecked vehicle.

A 10-day nationwide manhunt for Ms. White, a 56-year-old corrections officer from Alabama, and White, an inmate serving a 75-year sentence and awaiting trial for murder, will ended Monday night in a car chase and crash in Evansville. Ms White died from what a coroner ruled was a self-inflicted gunshot wound, and White was taken into police custody.

While handcuffed, White reportedly told officers to help his “wife” and insisted he not shoot her. The couple reportedly had a romantic relationship for around two years, but police said they were not married.

Meanwhile, Ms White’s last words came to light in a chilling 911 call where she said ‘let’s get out and run’ and accuses White of wanting to stay ‘at motel af******’ moments before to apparently shoot himself in the head.

An investigation into the ordeal is still ongoing as police face growing questions about how the fugitives evaded capture for more than a week.


Dramatic police footage shows the moment Casey White was captured and Vicky White is pulled from a car with a gun drawn

Dramatic police footage has emerged as capital murder suspect Casey Cole White was captured and the body of his prison guard lover Vicky White was pulled from their vehicle with a gun still in hand.

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Maroosha MuzaffarMay 12, 2022 07:45


Casey White’s long history with the law before prison breakout with prison guard lover

The alleged murderer caught after 10 days on the run was involved in a series of alleged crimes and misdemeanors, writes Rachel Sharp.

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Maroosha MuzaffarMay 12, 2022 06:45


Police reopen investigation into mysterious shooting suicide of ex-girlfriend of Alabama escapee

Police have reopened an investigation into the mysterious death of the former girlfriend of Casey White, an escaped convict from Alabama, after her 2008 shooting death was previously ruled a suicide.

Christy Shelton, 31, died on February 1, 2008 after being shot in the chest by a sawed-off shotgun at an Alabama home owned by White’s mother.

Read Rachel Sharp’s full story here:

Maroosha MuzaffarMay 12, 2022 05:45


Casey White’s ex-lawyer says ‘no way’ he could have planned the escape

A former attorney for murder suspect Casey White, who managed to break out of prison and evade police for 10 days with the help of Alabama correctional officer Vicky White, says he there was ‘no way’ his former client planned the full escape plan.

His former attorney, Dale Bryant, spoke to WHNT, telling the outlet that White suffered from a mental illness that makes him impulsive and a threat to people outside of a structured and controlled environment.

“This plan, this escape has been detailed. It was thorough,” Mr. Bryant said. “Escaping, in general, is exactly what Casey wants to do, is get out of jail, isn’t it?” But it’s well thought out and the planning is, again, nothing that’s Casey’s norm.

Graig GraziosiMay 12, 2022 04:59


Chilling 911 audio captures Vicky White’s last words

A chilling 911 call released Tuesday night reveals the final moments of Alabama correctional officer Vicky White and the haunting words she said to her prison lover Casey White: ‘Let’s get out and run,’ a statement that was made just before authorities said she killed herself by shooting herself in the head.

At the start of the seven-minute audio, the dispatcher is heard on the line saying “911” and “hello” before the voice on the other end, Ms. White, is heard in the background saying “oh my god” and “stop, stop”.

It is unclear which of the two made the initial call to the emergency line.

You can then hear Ms White say in a panicked scream: ‘The airbags are going to go off’ before saying what were probably some of her last words: ‘The airbags go off. Let’s get out and run.

Continue reading the full article from The Independents Rachel Sharp below.

Graig GraziosiMay 12, 2022 04:30


Dramatic police footage shows the moment Casey White is captured

Dramatic police footage has emerged as capital murder suspect Casey Cole White was captured and the body of his prison guard lover Vicky White was pulled from their vehicle with a gun still in hand.

The Evansville Police Department shared the footage Tuesday night as the coroner ruled the Alabama corrections officer’s death was a suicide and a shocking sound also revealed she was on the phone with a dispatcher of 911 at the time of the accident.

In the footage, you can see the moment White is handcuffed, as he is held there for a few moments before officers get him to his feet and take him away.

Read the full story of The Independent’s Rachel Sharp below.

Johanna ChisholmMay 12, 2022 03:30


Motel owner denies fugitive couple stayed on his property

The owner of the motel – where the Cadillac linked to Vicky White and Casey White was seen – denied seeing the fugitives and claimed he did not know if they were staying on his property.

Paul Shah was quoted as saying by CNN that “I never saw these people on my property.” He did, however, say it was possible they were visiting someone at Motel 41 in Evansville. “Nothing happened in my parking lot,” Mr Shah said, referring to the capture of the two on Monday afternoon.

He said he hadn’t seen the news of the two’s research and was surprised that anything was going on in that area. “This is one of the safest neighborhoods in this city.”

Maroosha MuzaffarMay 12, 2022 02:30


Fugitive’s trial for 2015 murder set to begin in June

Casey White’s murder trial will begin in June, we have learned.

After an emergency hearing on Tuesday in the momentous case against White for the 2015 murder of Ridgeway, his son Austin Williams was quoted as saying by CNN that the capture of the fugitive was a “huge relief” and that “it felt like a miracle”.

Mr Williams said: “I’ve been waiting a long time, just waiting a little longer, I think it will be fine. They did the right thing by getting him to Donaldson as soon as possible and I’m looking forward to the trial date.

“It didn’t look very promising at all,” he said. “They had a head start, not a lot of leads and all that and just felt like a really good plan and it turns out they didn’t, which worked, thankfully.”

White escaped from prison in Alabama on April 29 and was captured Monday in Evansville, Indiana.

Maroosha MuzaffarMay 12, 2022 01:30


Coroner’s office confirms prison guard committed suicide

An Indiana coroner’s office confirmed Tuesday that Vicky White, a former corrections officer accused of helping an Alabama prisoner escape, committed suicide.

The Vanderburgh County Coroner’s Office concluded that Ms White had taken her own life.

Police said the two also had a cache of weapons on them – four handguns and several semi-automatic weapons, including an AR-15. Ms White died after being shot in the head during a dramatic police chase as her inmate lover Casey White surrendered to authorities and is now back in custody.

Mr White is also said to have referred to Ms White as his ‘wife’.

Maroosha MuzaffarMay 12, 2022 12:30 a.m.


The fugitive couple’s end goal revealed

What was the end goal of double murder suspect Casey White and correctional officer Vicky White, who helped him escape?

According to the police, it was to have a shooting.

Rachel Sharp shares more about the couple’s plan in her story below:

Graig GraziosiMay 11, 2022 11:30 p.m.

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