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Slim news on escaped convicts; but it appears only one is still loose

Posted by on Thursday, October 12th, 2017 @ 10:25 am.

Alonzo Young

FRANKLIN CO., Ill. - An embarrassment for a private federal transport company is still ongoing today, as reports indicate that one of two escaped inmates has been brought into custody...but one remains on the run.

Last Friday, three federal inmates being transported through Illinois to Kentucky inexplicably got away from their private-company-transport van at, of all places, McDonald's in West City, after what's being termed a "routine stop."

The van traveled on to Crittenden County, Kentucky, where a head count turned up three missing: Charles L. Kelly, Randall W. Napier, and Alonzo D. Young. Kelly was reported - in so many different versions that we're not even going to bother with any of them at this juncture - apprehended very late that same night (October 6). In the most likely story, it appears that Kelly didn't actually exit the transport at West City, and instead secreted himself in the vehicle somehow, sliding out when they got back to Kentucky...which is where he was taken into custody.

Now, it's being reported that Napier has been apprehended, although when, where and under what circumstances, it's not exactly clear.

Still on the loose is Young, whose photo accompanies this article. Locals are urged to be cautious on their properties and in their businesses, as Young could literally be anywhere by now.

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