One escapee from Murray County was recovered, only to see another one develop.
Brandon Evans, 31, a white male, escaped from custody Wednesday afternoon prior to an appearance in district court. Evans is described as having brown hair and brown eyes. He was also dressed in a striped jail uniform. Evans, who has a residence in Ardmore, was to make an initial appearance at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday on pending charges of second-degree burglary, aggravated eluding a police officer, leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injuries and possession of stolen vehicle, all after former conviction.
As of late Wednesday, Evans had yet to be returned to custody. When he is caught, he may suffer the same fate as Roger Glenn Goodall. Goodall escaped custody May 23 and was captured Saturday.
In an appearance in district court Tuesday, Goodall had an additional 10 years added to his sentence and will serve his time in a maximum security prison, assistant district attorney David Pyle said.
The Sulphur Times-Democrat reported Goodall was taken into custody in Vernon, Texas. He had escaped while taking out trash, and was aided by his wife, Angel Rebecca Goodall, who was taken into custody at the same time as her husband.
At the time of her arrest, she was scheduled to appear in district court on Aug. 4 on possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) charges. Goodall has been charged with felony assisting escape of a prisoner, conspiracy to commit grand larceny and harboring a fugitive from justice, all after former conviction. She was also charged with misdemeanor making false report of a vehicle theft. She is scheduled to appear in district court Tuesday on the new charges.