Three Oklahoma inmates are still at large after they escaped from Lincoln County Jail through air ducts in the ventilation system late Thursday night. After their escape, the inmates allegedly stole two pickup trucks in Chandler, Oklahoma. On Friday, law enforcement authorities said the inmates may be armed and CNN affiliate, KOCO, reported one of the pickup trucks had a gun in it, a a Glock 30 caliber pistol.
According to NBC affiliate KFOR, authorities said the trio of inmates escaped by making their way through and air conditioner vent and then to a backdoor. The three inmates then allegedly took off their inmate clothes and took off. The three inmates were incarcerated for property crimes.
Authorities from the sheriff’s office identified the three inmates as Brian Allen Moody, 23, Mark Dwayne Robbins, 23, and Sonny Baker, 41. After the men escaped and allegedly stole the two pickup trucks, the inmates “drove to Midwest City — about 50 miles southwest of Chandler.” The first truck the trio stole was “a gray 2004 Dodge Ram pickup with the tag number 185FGR.” The second truck stolen was a gray 2008 pickup truck “with this license plate AFK030.” When the trio arrived in Chandler, Oklahoma, “they allegedly used debit cards found in one of the trucks.”
All three of the male inmates who escaped are white. Baker and Moody are from the southwest part of Lincoln County. Baker and Robbins are both 5 feet 8 inches tall. Baker weighs approximately 145 pounds. He has blue eyes and a shaved head. Robbins, who is from the Shawnee area, weighs approximately 155 pounds. He has blue eyes and brown hair. Moody is the shortest of the trio, at 5 feet 2 inches tall. He weighs approximately 100 pounds and has blonde hair and hazel eyes.
All three of the escapees have a long criminal history. Last month Moody was arrested and charged “for possession of a stolen vehicle.” In January, Robbins was charged by the police for breaking and entering and violating a protective order. Baker was most recently arrested for possessing a firearm as a convicted felon, drug possession, and obstructing police.
The trio of inmates who escaped from Lincoln County Jail in Oklahoma were last seen at a 7-Eleven. Anybody with knowledge of the whereabouts of the trio of escapees are encouraged to contact the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office by calling 405-258-1191.
By John Samuels
Photo Courtesy Lincoln County Sheriff