Raynes escapes from JDC jail
According to Jefferson Davis County Sheriff Ron Strickland, a Jefferson Davis County escaped inmate is now in custody.
Jerry Raynes, 45, escaped from the Jeff Davis County jail sometime during the early morning hours Monday, according to department officials.
“The inmate got out through a light fixture in the ceiling sometime between midnight and 7:30 a.m. and was last seen wearing a prison orange jumpsuit,” said Jeff Davis County Sheriff Ron Strickland.
“Raynes is a non-violent offender, but we still wanted the public to be aware of the situation,” he added.
Raynes has a previous list of charges that include attempted grand larceny, utility theft, petit larceny, possession of drug paraphernalia and a hold from the Mississippi Department of Corrections, according to Strickland.
Raynes was apprehended in Bogalusa, Louisiana, Monday afternoon.