Alabama jail official, who allegedly fled with inmate, dies after police chase

Alabama jail official, who allegedly fled with inmate, dies after police chase

Alabama jail official, who allegedly fled with inmate, dies after police chase

The Guardian says the capture of a former Alabama jail official, along with a murder suspect she allegedly helped escape from custody, ended in tragedy on Monday when the jail official, Vicky White, fatally shot herself after a police chase.

Vicky White, 56, was accused of fleeing with Casey White, 38. The pair spent more than a week on the run before law enforcement in Indiana caught up to them.

Officials said the two fugitives were caught near Evansville, Indiana, after a car chase that ended in a crash. Casey White surrendered and Vicky White shot herself and was taken to a hospital where she later died, officials said.

Casey White remains in custody. “We got a dangerous man off the street today. He is never going to see the light of day again. That is a good thing, for not just our community. That’s a good thing for our country,” said Rick Singleton, the sheriff of Alabama’s Lauderdale county.

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