Oklahoma inmate escapee Frank Logan captured after caught asking strangers to use phone

A multi-day manhunt ended Tuesday in Oklahoma after an inmate who escaped from a state facility on Sunday and was found roughly 25 miles away asking strangers if he may use a cellphone, officers mentioned.

Frank Logan, 56, slipped away from the Oklahoma State Reformatory in Granite on Sunday, when he was found lacking throughout a 6 p.m. inmate depend, the state Division of Corrections (ODOC) mentioned in a press launch. A spokesperson for the company mentioned Tuesday investigators have been nonetheless wanting into how he was capable of escape. 

He was nabbed on Tuesday, lower than 48 hours later, after a member of the general public referred to as 911 that morning to report that he noticed somebody matching Logan’s description “approaching folks asking to make use of a cellphone,” the ODOC mentioned. 

The ODOC had described him as being a White man with “low-cut balding hair and a goatee.” He weigh about 200 kilos and standing at 5-foot-10. He has a identified hyperlink to the United Aryan Brotherhood and has swastika tattoos on his higher again and proper higher arm and different tattoos on his torso. He allegedly goes by the aliases “Tony Crisp” and “Tony A. Crider.”

Logan, who has been in ODOC custody since at the least 1987, is presently serving a number of sentences, together with 60 years for a previous escape from imprisonment, the division mentioned. 

He has since been booked into the Jackson County jail and faces extra felony prices for the escape, officers mentioned.

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