The escape of Casey White from the Lauderdale County Jail in Florence, Alabama, has been the subject of numerous conspiracy theories. The man was awaiting a capital murder trial when he broke out of the jail. White pleaded not guilty to the crime and is currently on probation. The escape was reportedly helped by his wife Vicky White. Read on to learn more about her involvement in the escape. This article will provide an overview of White’s escape and how Vicky White helped her husband.
Vicky White helped her husband escape
The infamous escape of Vicky White from prison was a dramatic twist to the tale of her life. Despite the fact that she was about to retire, Vicky had never officially filed the paperwork required to leave her job. When she escaped with Casey, she sold her four-acre property for just $95,550 – significantly less than the $235,600 appraised value. She spent the money on several items, including a new car, a new motorcycle, and a new house. The escaping couple’s getaway was a dramatic one and they were both on the run for 11 days.
After Vicky White escaped, the manhunt was expanded to nationwide. The Ford Edge used as a second getaway vehicle was found abandoned in Tennessee. The couple subsequently changed to a blue 2006 Ford F-150 Pickup Truck. The U.S. Marshals revealed that the white couple may have used several aliases, including April Davis and Renee Marie Maxwell. Vicky White was charged with second-degree forgery and identity theft. In the video, the pair can be seen posing outside of a car in front of a motel in Evansville.
The two women have since developed a special relationship. Vicky White and Casey White met in 2020. In addition to being pen pals, they also exchanged letters and received Christmas and birthday gifts from each other. Vicky White also sent birthday cards and Christmas gifts to Casey’s son and granddaughter. The two men have since been in contact through social media. But the mystery over how the two met and made their escape is still unsolved.
He admitted to murdering Connie Ridgeway in 2015
The arrest of Michael White, a former CNN contributor, for the murder of Connie Ridgeway, 59, has triggered a flurry of media attention. The 59-year-old was killed in her apartment in Rogersville, Alabama, on October 23, 2015. The investigation of her murder was delayed due to local politics and political tensions. White has been arrested on two counts of capital murder.
Initially, the case was dismissed as unproven. However, White’s brother Cameron White contacted authorities to explain the missing inmate’s disappearance, which was reported to be an act of terrorism. White, however, pleaded not guilty to the murder, citing mental illness. His lawyer claims the incarcerated inmate may be dangerous, so he should be held in jail for the rest of his life.
According to the arrest report, White confessed to killing Ridgeway, but gave details about the crime that were not disclosed. However, prosecutors say he was paid to commit the crime. The trial is scheduled to begin in June, and if convicted, White could face the death penalty. The trial has been delayed several times. This could mean a lengthy prison term for White. However, there’s a chance that the charges may be dropped entirely if White proves guilty.
The police report also claims that Casey White was forced to kill Vicki Davis after the car accident. Vicky White told Hurley that she was going to get a mental health evaluation while she accompanied Casey to the county jail to stand trial for the murder of Connie Ridgeway. The US Marshals Service is also offering a reward for information that identifies the killer. This is the most recent of many cases in which White confessed to murdering the woman who had helped him get through the night.
Casey White pleads not guilty to felony murder charge
Attorney Mark McDaniel announced Wednesday that Casey White has pleaded not guilty to the felony murder charge filed against him in the 2015 stabbing death of Connie Ridgeway. White pleaded not guilty to the charge after confessing to the stabbing, which has prompted speculation that he was acting alone. After being arrested in Indiana, Casey White was returned to Alabama and is now being housed at the William E. Donaldson correctional facility in Bessemer, Alabama, 30 miles west of Birmingham.
The two men were under surveillance when they left the motel in an SUV. The police chase was followed by a shootout in which Vicky White, a corrections officer, died at the scene. Casey White was arrested and denied killing Ridgeway and was sent back to Donaldson Correctional Facility in Alabama where he was serving a 75-year prison sentence in Limestone County.
Vicky White and Casey White were in a romantic relationship when they escaped from the Lauderdale County jail in April. Vicky White, a corrections officer, helped Casey White escape, and the two were spotted by a car wash attendant, which triggered a high-speed chase and fatal crash. While White was on the run, she had a six-hour head start.
Vicky White was shot in the head while attempting to escape from jail. Casey White had been released from jail in April, but was apprehended in Indiana. The police were trying to identify her body, but Vicky died of a gunshot wound to the head. Vicky’s death was ruled a suicide. Vicky was not related to Casey. They met and dated while in jail and got into a romantic relationship.
Vicky White’s involvement in the escape
In addition to allowing the escape of Casey White, Vicky Singleton faces an arrest warrant for allegedly permitting the escape. Singleton had a history of white supremacist beliefs and was seen sporting tattoos throughout his body. One such tattoo is a symbol of the white supremacist prison gang Southern Brotherhood. The symbol appears to consist of a shield with various symbols.
The escape of Casey White has drawn widespread media attention, especially after he pleaded guilty to the stabbing death of Connie Ridgeway during a burglary in 2015. However, the real mystery surrounding the escape is whether White was paid to do so. The two were reportedly holed up in an Evansville motel for six days and used wigs to conceal themselves. While Vicky White has yet to provide an explanation for her involvement in the escape, the arresting officers do not have any evidence to prove the claims.
Vicky White’s arrest follows a series of events that occurred in the weeks following the escape of Casey White. The United States Marshals Service has a tip that her car may have been stolen. The owner of a local carwash saw a Ford F-150 parked outside of a business and reported the vehicle to authorities. A car wash owner said she spotted the car in Evansville. Vicky White also had an alias of hers, and the police believe the driver of the vehicle was White. The arrest of Vicky White has heightened the risk of a re-occurrence.
In the days before the casey White’s escape, White bought a new car for $95,550, which was significantly below the actual value of the property. She also bought a new AR-15 rifle and a shotgun. She also bought men’s clothes at a local Kohl’s. This is all part of her plan to keep Casey from being released.
Vicky White’s relationship with Casey White
The alleged relationship between Casey and Vicky White was confirmed by Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton. Vicky White was the assistant director of corrections for the Lauderdale County Detention Facility. The two had started having physical contact as early as 2020. Vicky White was not engaged to a man. Vicky White also did not have an appointment at the time of her death. She was a convicted murderer, but her relationship with Casey White was far from over.
Vicky White’s relationship with Casey began a few months before she disappeared. Her retirement had already been submitted, but it was not processed yet. Vicky was living with her mother, Pat Davis, when she disappeared. Vicky White’s mother told investigators that her daughter had never mentioned Casey White to her. Inmates also claimed that they noticed Vicky’s favoritism, putting extra food on Casey’s trays.
Police say that Casey White and Vicky White had a romantic relationship. The two were jailed in Lauderdale County, and they were allegedly involved in a relationship. Vicky White had been dating Casey White while he was in jail. Vicky White’s relationship with Casey White was allegedly illegal and should be investigated. There are many reasons why this occurred. Vicky White is accused of facilitating Casey White’s escape.
Despite the alleged abuse, there are numerous other reasons why Vicky White’s relationship with Casey was so problematic. The woman who initially worried about Casey White’s mental health believed that she would never have to worry about him again. Vicky White’s friend had warned her to leave the area, turn herself in, and contact the authorities. During the time of the alleged abuse, the woman was in a position to provide advice to Vicky White and help her boyfriend.