Bryan Webb Wanted For Escape by Custer County Sheriff’s Office
More than a week after a mountain town jailbreak that left a deputy injured and locked in a Custer County jail cell, one of two escaped inmates has been captured in Colorado.
According to the Custer County Sheriff’s Office, fugitive Jerry Williams, 39, was apprehended at approximately 11:00 AM on Tuesday, January 21. He was found after several tips were received by the Huerfano County Sheriff’s Office that Williams was hiding in a Walsenburg home. After obtaining a search warrant for space, Williams was found in a crawlspace at the residence.
Williams initially refused to exit the crawlspace when he was discovered. This is when authorities filled the area with pepper spray. Following this tactic, they were able to coax Williams out for his arrest.
After his capture, Williams was taken to the Custer County Detention Center and then moved to an undisclosed location. He has been charged with several crimes related to his escape, including kidnapping, second-degree assault on a peace officer, escape, and aggravated motor vehicle theft.
The man Williams escaped jail with, Bryan Webb remains at large. The two were reportedly seen together in Walsenburg on the day after their January 12 jailbreak, though reports of sightings have not been made public since.
During their escape, Williams and Webb allegedly overpowered a female detention deputy, locking her in a cell and stealing her jail keys. The inmates then acquired a blue 2017 Toyota Sienna minivan, which was eventually found abandoned in a field adjacent to a residential area in Walsenburg. On the Monday after the jailbreak, Webb reportedly visited his parent’s residence in Walsenburg.
Williams was being held in jail on charges that include 1st degree attempted murder. Webb was being held for a number of things, including drug charges and assault on a peace officer.
The Custer County Jail is quite small, consisting of six cells. It’s located in the small town of Westcliffe, Colorado, which is home to roughly 600 residents and set in the shadows of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range.
Custer County Sheriff’s Office got help from the Huerfano County Sheriff’s Office, Colorado State Patrol, the Department of Wildlife, and the Violent Offender Task Force in the apprehension.
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