Wanted prison guard Vicki White was caught on videotape at the hotel

Vicki White, the Alabama Correctional Officer who becomes the target of a massive manhunt next disappear last week with an accused inmate with premeditated murderIt was spotted in Surveillance shots.

On Saturday, the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office released a video showing Wyatt at the front desk of the Quality Inn in Florence, Alabama. Officials said the video shows White in the morning that she helped an inmate, Casey White, escape from the Lauderdale County Jail.

Vicki and Casey White (unrelated) left Lauderdale County Detention Center at 9:30 a.m. for the courtroom, but were never turned up. They drove straight to the Florence Square Shopping Center, where they abandoned the patrol car and left in a Ford. Vicki White’s patrol cruiser keys, police radio, and handcuffs were left in her sheriff’s car. The Florence Quality Inn is also near the site where White dumped her car, Officials added.

Sheriff Rick Singleton said that Vicki and Casey White had a “prison love story” that involved making sure he had extra food in his trays and communicating with him while he was imprisoned in the state prison.

On May 5, US Marshals released new photos of Casey White and Vicki White. The photos show Casey White with tattoos on his chest, arms, and upper back, including some affiliated with the Alabama-based Sudanese Muslim Brotherhood gang. Pictures of Vicki showed what a blonde with dyed or long/short hair would look like.

This week, White’s mother-in-law Frances White He told the Daily Beast Corrections officer ‘may have been brainwashed’.

“I can’t imagine her running away with this guy, but you never know,” White added. “He entered a woman’s house and stabbed her.”

The US Marshal Service announced via Twitter that it will offer up to $10,000 for information regarding Casey White and up to $5,000 for information regarding Vicky White.

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, too issued two awards $5,000 each for information that led to the arrest and arrest of Vicki and Casey White.

“Both Casey White and Vicki White pose a huge threat to the public, and they should be arrested. I am pleased to offer this support as law enforcement works hard to put these dangerous criminals behind bars,” Ivey said.