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Prison Guards Charged with Helping Dangerous Inmates Escape

Prison Guards Charged with Helping Dangerous Inmates Escape

Darren Briggs and Destiny Harris

Darren Briggs and Destiny Harris

ID #20-246 Rashad Williams and ID #20-247 Jabar Taylor

Rashad Williams and Jabar Taylor Wanted for Prison Escape

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Chesterfield County, Virginia – A second arrest has been made in connection to the escape of two residents at a Bon Air juvenile facility.

Virginia State Police say 42-year-old Darren Briggs, of Lawrenceville, was arrested Wednesday morning. Briggs, a Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice employee, is being charged with one felony count of providing a cell phone to a prisoner.

State police and the United States Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force say they are following up on multiple leads concerning the whereabouts of 20-year-old Jabar Taylor and 18-year-old Rashad Williams, who escaped from the facility in Chesterfield County Monday morning.

Tuesday, 23-year-old Destiny Harris, also an employee with the Juvenile Justice Department, was taken into custody on two counts of aiding with the escape of a juvenile.

Employee arrested for allegedly helping two escape from Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center

Investigators say they believe both escapees may have left Virginia.

If you know the whereabouts of the escapees.

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Fugitivos en 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448)

o texto en 408-355-0999

o enviar un correo electrónico a [email protected],

si usted sabe su paradero.

Si usted ve esta persona en este momento, llame al 9-1-1

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