Female jail guard suspected of helping teens escape Louisiana detention center
Added 05-14-22 08:18:02pm EST - “Video surveillance captured a security guard driving three teens who were serving time for felonies from the Ware Youth Detention Center in Coushatta, Louisiana, Saturday.” - Nypost.com
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A Louisiana security officer is suspected of helping three teen inmates escape from a youth detention center Saturday.
The escape comes two weeks after a jail boss in neighboring Alabama helped a convict go missing for 11 days before shooting herself dead as police closed in on the pair, who were involved in a relationship.
The Red River Parish Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook that it was notified shortly before 7 a.m. that the three inmates, all serving time for felonies, broke out of the Ware Youth Detention Center in Coushatta, Louisiana. The facility is about 40 miles south of Shreveport in the northwest corner of the state, and about 50 miles from the Texas border.
“Oncoming day shift employees discovered that three male juvenile residents, with help from a female WYC security guard, had escaped the juvenile detention facility approximately four hours earlier,” the Red River Parish Sheriff’s Office posted on Facebook.
The post said that video surveillance captured security guard Victoria Tune, 21, driving the three teens from the detention center in a white 2010 Pontiac G6 with a Louisiana license plate and a missing rear bumper.
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