A prison guard suspected of helping teenage girls escape from a Louisiana detention center

A Louisiana security officer is suspected of helping three teenage inmates escape from a youth detention center on Saturday.

The escape comes two weeks after a prison chief in neighboring Alabama helped a defendant go missing 11 days earlier She shot herself and was killed when the police approached On the spouse, who were involved in a relationship.

The Red River Parish Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook that it was notified just before 7 a.m. that the three inmates, all serving time to commit felonies, had been released from Ware Youth Detention Center in Coushata, Louisiana. The facility is located about 40 miles south of Shreveport in the northwest corner of the state, and about 50 miles from the Texas border.

“Shift staff the next day discovered that three male juvenile residents, with the help of a WYC security guard, had escaped from the juvenile detention facility approximately four hours earlier,” Red River Parish Police Office Posted on Facebook.

The publication said video surveillance captured security guard Victoria Tyne, 21, driving the three teens from the detention center in a white 2010 Pontiac G6 with a Louisiana license plate and missing rear bumper.

Victoria Tune security guard
A woman on Facebook claims that Victoria Tune’s alleged involvement in jailbreaking is “completely out of character”.
Red River Parish Mayor’s Office

The fugitives are T. Juan Lafitte, 17, who spent time attempting first-degree murder; Jeremiah Durham, 17, served time for armed robbery, and 15-year-old Navaraya Lane, for attempted second-degree murder.

The three were wearing orange suits when they fled. The direction they took was not clear.

An injunction has been issued for Tune in connection with the escape.

A woman named Amber Tilly wrote in response to the mayor’s post: “For people close to Tori, know that this is completely out of her nature.”

“Instead of jumping to conclusions so quickly, give the authorities and families involved enough time to gather all the facts. I grew up with her so I am very confident when I say this is out of her nature for her.”

Several others agreed with the comment. The characterization echoed the statements of those who knew Vicki White, the decorated prison chief in Alabama who went with inmate Casey White on a case that ended with the arrest of the inmate and Vicki White Died from a gunshot wound on Monday.