Friday, March 27, 2009

Indiana Prison Escapees Captured After Chase in Nebraska




All three prison escapees are in custody in Alliance near North Platte, Nebraska after a "Stop Stick" deflated the tires on the pickup truck that they were driving.

A mechanic in Thedford, Nebraska recognized the men after fixing their vehicle.

Christopher Marshall, 49, Jerry Sargent, 59, and Bobby Cockerell, 31, escaped from Indiana's Branchville Correctional Facility on March 20 after overpowering an employee and cutting through a fence.

All three men are in the custody of the US Marshals service in Nebraska.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

FBI 10 Most Wanted

Update on the 3 Indiana Prison Escapees





The three Indiana prison escapees attacked 3 brothers on Monday morning around 11am and stole their 1998 Ford Ranger 4x4 super cab with Kentucky registration plate 7824BZ. The inmate escapees took the truck, cash, as many as 10 guns and flannel shirts and jeans.

The escapees apparently left the truck early Sunday and watched the Marshall property -- which is visible from the interstate -- until after dark. They then bedded down on several hay bales in the barn.

The brothers, meanwhile, knew from another sibling -- retired Kentucky State Police Trooper Phillip Marshall -- that the escapees might be in the area. He called and urged them to remove the keys from their vehicles.

Richard Marshall was returning a key to a tractor parked inside the barn Monday morning when the three men jumped him and began beating him with clubs. They tied him up and then stormed the house, where a surprised Keith Marshall, 56, was relaxing in a recliner.

Keith Marshall quit fighting when he realized he was outnumbered and might not survive. They bound him and began ransacking the house, taking more than $7,000 in cash, 10 firearms -- including high-powered rifles and three 9mm handguns -- and a bundle of ammunition.

Complaining of hunger, the escapees heated leftover chicken in a microwave and ate while they packed other articles -- including several changes of clothing, more frozen and canned food and a gasoline can. At one point, Keith Marshall told police, one of the escapees ordered another one to haul off soiled clothes because the blood contained their DNA.

A third brother, Barry Marshall, 50, who lives nearby, was unaware of what was unfolding when he drove over to tell them about a relative's funeral arrangements. He stepped in the door and was met by an escapee pointing a weapon at him.

The fugitives tied up Barry Marshall. They then moved a fairly new silver, diesel-powered pickup out of the way to get to a faded-green 1989 Ford Ranger 4x4 extended-cab pickup, and left.

The inmates warned "they'd come back and kill them if they didn't give them two hours" to get away before phoning police, the sheriff said.

Keith Marshall managed to free himself and to untie Barry Marshall.

Because the telephone had been ripped from the wall, Barry Marshall drove to his home about two miles away to call police and an ambulance.

Richard Marshall was found lying between two tractors in the barn. He was airlifted to Louisville.

Keith Marshall was treated at a hospital for head wounds.

Kentucky police said they're not familiar with Cockerell or Christopher Marshall, who is not related to the Marshall brothers.

Smith said Jerry Sargent's elderly mother still lives in the Dry Ridge area, in neighboring Grant County.

At the time of the escape, Sargent was serving 50 years for robbery and criminal confinement, Christopher Marshall was serving 50 years for dealing cocaine, and Cockerell was serving 20 years for burglary.

Their descriptions:

Cockerell, 6-foot-2, 220 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. He was convicted in November of burglary and was serving a 20-year sentence.

Marshall, 5-foot-8, 188 pounds, with green eyes and brown hair. He was convicted in 1996 of dealing cocaine and was serving a 50-year sentence.

Sargent, 6-foot-5, 210 pounds with blue eyes and long red hair. He was convicted in 1988 of armed robbery and criminal confinement and was serving a 50-year sentence.

Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to call 911, Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040 or the U.S. Marshals 24-hour line in Lexington at 859-233-2513.

Monday, March 23, 2009

3 Indiana Prison Escapees Last Seen Headed Toward Cincinnati


The Indiana Department of Corrections has advised that three medium security prisoners have escaped from the Tell City, Indiana Prison. The three inmates were last seen abandoning a stolen pickup truck in Carrollton, Kentucky. The inmates may be headed toward the Greater Cincinnati area as all three inmates have relatives that live in Independence, Kentucky.

The inmates are as follows:

Christopher Marshall is a 49-year-old white man from Monon, Indiana. He’s about 5’8” tall and weighs 188 pounds. He has green eyes and brown hair. Marshall was serving a 50-year sentence for dealing cocaine.

Jerry Sergent is a 59-year-old white man from Dry Ridge, Kentucky. He is 6’5” tall and weighs 210 pounds. He has blue eyes and red hair. Segent was serving a 50-year sentence for armed robbery and criminal confinement.

Bobby Cockerell is a 31-year-old white man from Jeffersonville, Indiana. He is about 6’2” tall and weighs 220 pounds. He has brown hair and eyes. Cockerell was serving a 20-year sentence for burglary.

If you spot any of these men, do not approach them! Immediately call 911 as they may be armed and are extremely dangerous.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. is happy to announce that Anthony Kirkland has been indicted in 3 murders


Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. is pleased to announce that Anthony Kirkland, DOB 9/13/1968, has been indicted on 12 felony counts as follows:

CT 1: Attempt Rape with spec.
CT 2: Aggravated Murder w/ spec.
CT 3: Aggravated Robbery w/ spec
CT 4: Aggravated Murder w/ spec
CT 5: Gross Abuse of a Corpse
CT 6: Murder
CT 7: Gross Abuse of a Corpse
CT 8: Attempt Rape w/ spec
CT 9: Aggravated Murder w/ spec.
CT 10: Aggravated Robbery w/ spec.
CT 11: Aggravated Murder w/ spec
CT 12: Gross Abuse of a Corpse


in the deaths of Esme Kenney, Casonya Crawford, and Mary Jo Newton.




CASONYA CRAWFORD


ESME KENNEY


If convicted of Aggravated murder, he faces death by lethal injection or life without parole.

You can track the case at the following link: http://www.courtclerk.org/case_summary.asp?casenumber=B%200901629

You can view his inmate information at the Hamilton Co Sheriff's website at the link below:
http://www.hcso.org/publicservices/inmateinfo/InmateDetails.aspx?JMSid=1337371

Monday, March 16, 2009

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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. asks for your help if you have any information about Anthony Kirkland


CASONYA CRAWFORD


ESME KENNEY


ANTHONY KIRKLAND>


Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc is asking the public's help in providing information about Anthony Kirkland, age 40. He is charged with the murder of 13 year old Esme Kenney of Cincinnati. Esme went missing on Saturday, March 7, 2009, after going for her daily jog.

Dr. O'dell Owens, the Hamilton Coroner, said there was an attempted sexual assault. Owens said she did not have any clothes on when she was found and that her body had been burned from her torso down to her thighs. Police say Kirkland, who is a registered sex offender, had Kenney's iPod when he was found.

Anthony Kirkland is now the prime suspect in the disappearances and murders of two other females: 14-year-old Casonya Crawford, whose body was found burned three blocks away from where Mr. Kirkland lived at the time and 45-year-old Mary Jo Newton who was found murdered and burned back in June and May of 2006, respectively.

If you have any information that would be helpful to Cincinnati Police, please call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040 or text your information to 513-352-3050. You can remain anonymous and may receive a cash reward up to $1000 if it results in the arrest and conviction of the individual.

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Friday, March 6, 2009

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Sunday, March 1, 2009

JESSALYN RELLY HAS BEEN FOUND SAFE & SOUND


Official Investigations & Security Services, Inc. is pleased to report that Jessalyn Relly has been returned to her mom safe and sound on Friday, February 27, 2009.

Jessalyn returned home on her own accord.

Richard Thomas Wesley, Jr. is still at large traveling with his son, Andrew J (AJ) Wandsnider, who is a quadriplegic.