Search continues for Covington Co. escaped inmate - MSNewsNow.com - Jackson, MS

Search continues for Covington Co. escaped inmate

COVINGTON COUNTY, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

The search continues in Covington County for an inmate who stole a county truck and drove away from a work detail.

Authorities said 44-year-old William Baker was working with a group of inmates behind the McDonalds in Collins when he jumped in a county truck and sped away last Thursday.

The truck is described as a white 2004 Ford F-350 and has county markings.
 
Authorities said be on the look out for a Covington County truck in different counties and contact your nearest law enforcement agency if you see Baker or the Covington County truck.

 

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