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Peanut butter used to trick young jailer in Alabama escape; 1 of 12 still at large - AL.com

Twelve inmates escaped an Alabama jail Sunday night after using peanut butter to cover a door number and trick a young jailer, Walker County Sheriff James Underwood said Monday. Of the 12, all but one was back in custody by daybreak Monday. "I thank ...and more »

A dozen inmates used peanut butter to escape from jail. The last of them has finally been caught. - Washington Post

The last of a dozen inmates who used peanut butter to escape from an Alabama jail has been caught. Brady Kilpatrick was captured Tuesday in Florida, where he was tracked down by Florida law enforcement and the FBI, according to the Palm Beach Post.and more »

Here's how these Alabama inmates used peanut butter to escape from jail - Mashable

El Chapo famously escaped from a maximum-security prison through a deep, high-tech, 1-mile tunnel. These guys, instead, just used peanut butter. SEE ALSO: A man escaped maximum-security prison in South Carolina thanks to a drone. The highly ...and more »

Officers had serious security concerns about Walker County Jail. Then 12 inmates escaped. - Mic

One inmate still remains unaccounted for following the escape of a dozen prisoners from Alabama's Walker County Jail on Sunday. According to CNN, the man still at large is 24-year-old Brady Andrew Kilpatrick, who is serving time for drug-related offenses.and more »

Prison escapees used peanut butter to trick new guard in Walker Co. jailbreak - Alabama's News Leader

WALKER COUNTY, Ala. — The Walker County Sheriff's Office (WSCO) found itself in a sticky situation on Sunday evening after 12 inmates used peanut butter to trick a new jail employee into letting them outside. According to Sheriff Jim Underwood, the ...and more »

Inmates use peanut butter to escape Alabama jail - CNN

(CNN) One inmate remains at large after a jailbreak Sunday night in northern Alabama, according to the Walker County Sheriff's Office. Twelve prisoners went on the run from the Walker County Jail, in Jasper, the office said, but 11 have since been ...and more »

Last of escaped Alabama inmates caught after using peanut butter to fool guard in jailbreak - New York Daily News

What a nut job. The last of the creative dozen that bolted from an Alabama jail — by tricking a rookie guard with peanut butter — was nabbed Tuesday in Florida. Advertisement. Brady Kilpatrick, 24, who was booked into the Walker County Jail on ...and more »

Walker Co. jailbreak details emerge - Trussvilletribune

By David Lazenby. Editor. JASPER — In what may be the biggest jailbreak in Walker County history, a dozen inmates scaled a two-story fence topped with razor-wire on the backside of the Walker County Jail in downtown Jasper Sunday evening.and more »

Peanut butter used to fool guard in Alabama jailbreak - KTRK-TV

A dozen inmates escaped from an Alabama jail by using peanut butter to change the numbers above a door and trick a new employee into opening another door that led outside, a sheriff said Monday. The inmates changed the number above a cell to the ...and more »

Residents warned to stay indoors after dozen high-security inmates escape prison - Express.co.uk

At least six have been taken back into custody while the remaining are still on the loose. Residents near Walker County Jail in Jasper, Alabama have been warned to stay indoors. Among the prisoners at large are attempted murderers Steven Blake Lamb, ...and more »