Police Apprehend Alabama Inmate and Corrections Officer in Evansville, Indiana

Alabama corrections officer Vicky White and inmate Casey White were apprehended in Evansville, Indiana, on May 9.

This video shows the crashed vehicle used by the pair, as individuals receive medical attention by the side of the road amid a large police presence. The video also shows the car being removed later.

Vanderburg County Sheriff Dave Wedding said the female driver had “very serious” injuries from a self-inflicted gunshot, while the other passenger had less serious injuries. They were both taken to hospital, Sheriff Wedding said.

Vicky White said she was taking the inmate for a mental health evaluation when she checked him out of jail on April 29. Authorities found out later that no such evaluation or court hearing was scheduled.

Vicky White has been charged with facilitating an escape, identity theft, and forgery, after the sheriff’s office said she used an alias to purchase the 2007 Ford Edge used in the escape, local media reported. Credit: EvansvilleWatch via Storyful

Video transcript

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- Live on scene, Highway 41 and Birch Drive.

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- If you guys want to move, the Sheriff [INAUDIBLE].

- I can [INAUDIBLE] start [INAUDIBLE].

- Yeah, he's here.

- I think that the Sheriff has gone over there by [INAUDIBLE].

- That's the staging? OK.

- Sheriff is getting ready to speak in about 10 minutes. I'm going to change location.

- Again, thank you for tuning in to Evansville Watch. Remember that we are all volunteers here, not like the big budget stations out there, or media organizations, and we try to do what we can for the Evansville area. So we really appreciate you tuning in to this live broadcast out here at North 41 and Highway 57. We'll--

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